I think its pretty clear that under the Common Law circumstantial evidence can be used by the prosecution to establish the actus reus of a conspiracy (in jurisdictions where no overt act is required), but does anyone know if this is also true under the Model Penal Code?
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yup. It's pretty much the only way to prove conspiracy, outside of a confession.
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