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Natural and Probable Consequences Doctrine

Natural and Probable Consequences Doctrine

Definition

Provides that an aider and abettor of a target offense can be liable for a more severe crime if a reasonable person in the aider and abettor’s position could have reasonably foreseen the more severe crime occurring as a direct result of the target offense.

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