Sufficient evidence supported a conspiracy to commit murder conviction when the jury reasonably could have found that an agreement existed between the defendant and the rest of a group to ?get? the victim and, thereafter, at least one of the conspirators shot the victim to death.
State v. Taft
Connecticut Supreme Court
October 1, 2012
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