• Connecticut Supreme Court
  • Connecticut Supreme Court
  • SC 18606
  • Feb 05 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Harper, J.
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.

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