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Beyond reasonable doubt

The government must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that each defendant had a ‘deliberate, knowing, specific intent to join the conspiracy

Criminal Conspiracy

The law is clear that mere presence at the scene of a crime or conspiratorial activity, or mere association with a co-conspirator, is not enough to establish a defendant’s knowing and intentional participation in criminal activity, even if the defendant is aware of the criminal activity

Collateral Proceeding

A defendant may file a collateral proceeding trying to set aside his or her conviction based on, among other things, ineffective assistance of counsel, within 2-years of the conclusion of any direct appeal in a non-capital case, and 1-year in a capital case.

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