Chain Conspiracy

Chain Conspiracy

Definition

A conspiracy involving layers of transactions linked in sequence like a chain, with each conspirator functioning as a link in the chain by handling one specific type of transaction. Drug trafficking is a common example of a chain conspiracy because it typically involves manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers who each handle one link in the operation.

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