Attribution (law)

Doctrines of attribution are legal doctrines by which liability is extended to a defendant who did not actually commit the criminal act.[1]:347 [2]:665 Examples include vicarious liability (when acts of another are imputed or "attributed" to a defendant), attempt to commit a crime (even though it was never completed), and conspiracy to commit a crime (when it is not completed or which is committed by another in the conspiracy).[2]:665

References

  1. Rethinking Criminal Law, 2000, Oxford University Press, George P.Fletcher, ISBN 0199881308
  2. Criminal Law - Cases and Materials, 7th ed. 2012, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business; John Kaplan, Robert Weisberg, Guyora Binder, ISBN 978-1-4548-0698-1

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