Conspiracy

California Penal Code 182 PC states that a criminal conspiracy is in effect when one person agrees with one or more others to commit a crime, and at least one of them commits an overt act as a result of that agreement.
Below are the conspiracies for which a person may be prosecuted under state law.
● Conspiracy to commit any crime that does not fall under federal jurisdiction
● Conspiracy to falsely or maliciously accuse a person of committing or participating in a crime (i.e. ‘framing’ someone)
● Conspiracy to commence or sustain a fraudulent lawsuit
● Conspiracy to cheat and defraud someone else out of money or property
California Penal Code 182 PC states that a criminal conspiracy is in effect when one person agrees with one or more others to commit a crime, and at least one of them commits an overt act as a result of that agreement.
Below are the conspiracies for which a person may be prosecuted under state law.
● Conspiracy to commit any crime that does not fall under federal jurisdiction
● Conspiracy to falsely or maliciously accuse a person of committing or participating in a crime (i.e. ‘framing’ someone)
● Conspiracy to commence or sustain a fraudulent lawsuit
● Conspiracy to cheat and defraud someone else out of money or property