Although a foreseeable risk of death to a victim during a crime is a basis on which felony murder and coconspirator liability under the Pinkterton doctrine may be established, foreseeability is not commensurate with the conscious objective to cause death required for accessorial liability.
State v. Bennett
Connecticut Supreme Court
February 11, 2013
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