co-conspirator's rule

co-conspirator's rule
Under the "co-conspirator exception" to the hearsay rule, acts and declarations of a co-conspirator made in furtherance of the conspiracy are admissible against a defendant even when they are made out of the defendant's presence. People v. Columbo, 118 Ill.App.3d 882, 74 Ill.Dec. 304, 455 N.E.2d 733, 779.
See also Wharton Rule

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