Chapter 4 responsesChapter 4 Criminal liabilityJonathan Kemp posted Jun 8, 2019 3:19 PMSubscribePreviousNextThis page automatically marks posts as read as you scroll.Adjust automatic marking as read settinga.What is complicity called, what are the elements of the offense, and what is the degree of offense relative to the crime that is committed?Complicity is when individual aid or helps in any way to commit a crime as an accomplice. They are usually charged the same regardless of role in the crime. b.What is conspiracy called, what are the elements of that offense, is any other act required by anyone, and what is the degree of offense relative to the crime that is being planned?Conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to engage in unlawful acts.(Gardner & Anderson 2018)They can be charged equally with the crime or actions. c.What are the offenses that could be classified in the category of someone who gives aid to an offender after the commission of an offense?An accomplice would be someone who gives aid to an offender after the act had been committed. d.Research the Pinkerton Doctrine. What is it? How did it originate? Discuss the merits, value, and implications this doctrine has in a prosecution for conspiracy. Has your state adopted the doctrine as a theory of criminal liability?
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