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    Missed a few lectures due to being ill and have fallen behind on inchoate offences.

    If somebody conspired to commit burglary, agreed on a plan etc, and then later that night person A acted as a lookout and person B burgled the house, would you still charge both person A and B with conspiracy? Or would you just charge person A with aiding/abetting a crime (complicity) and person B with burgalry?

    I.e. If you conspire to commit a crime, and then actually do it, would the charge of conspiracy still be relevant? In my textbook I've seen you can be guilty of conspiracy to commit s44,45,46 of the SCA 2007, but does this apply if the crimes are committed?

    Hope this makes sense!! Cannot wait to finish this bloody module :unimpressed:
 
 
 
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