State v. Asberry

In State v. Asberry, 81 Conn. App. 44, 837 A.2d 885, cert. denied, 268 Conn. 904, 845 A.2d 408 (2004), we observed that "our Supreme Court seems to have backed away from a bright line distinction between unilateral and bilateral approaches to conspiracy law. . . . A fair reading of our Supreme Court's jurisprudence concerning the law of conspiracy compels the conclusion that the court now interprets our conspiracy statute broadly." Id., 54-55. Consequently, the Court held that "it is legally irrelevant to the defendant's conviction that the state never charged" the defendant's coconspirator. Id., 56.