Pinkerton Doctrine Washington
In Washington, the conspiracy statute (RCW 9A.28.040(1)) predicates liability on the accomplice liability statute (RCW 9A.08.020).
Knowledge of the particular crime committed is an essential element of accomplice liability.
Absent that knowledge, Washington law does not allow conviction for crimes committed by coconspirators, whether or not they are foreseeable.
Thus, the Pinkerton doctrine is inapplicable to Washington law.