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Unilateral Conspiracy Theory

Unilateral Conspiracy Theory

Definition

An approach to the crime of conspiracy that does not require actual agreement between two or more persons. Under the unilateral approach, when an individual agrees with an undercover agent who has no intent to commit the crime, there can nevertheless be a conviction for conspiracy.

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