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Understanding criminal conspiracy charges

In some circumstances, a crime does not need to be committed for a person to face criminal charges. Simply taking actions that show that there was an intention to break the law can be enough. When two or more people come together in agreement to work toward committing a crime, they may be charged with criminal conspiracy.

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