The act of talking about committing a crime is rather unique to the United States. Generally, an agreement with another (not a federal agent), to commit a criminal act, is the crime of conspiracy. Under the law of conspiracy, if one member is charged with a felony, all other members of the conspiracy can face the same charge regardless of whether they had specific involvement in the incident in question. For example, if you participate in a drug trafficking operation, you and the other participants could face a conspiracy prosecution, even if you did not directly participate or know of all the acts in the conspiracy.
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