CONSPIRACY – CO-CONSPIRATORS ARE JOINTLY LIABLE
When a conspiracy is entered into to do an unlawful act, the conspirators are responsible for all that is said and done in furtherance of the conspiracy by their co-conspirators. If two or more persons conspire to commit a crime, each is criminally responsible for the acts of his/her co-conspirators in furtherance of the conspiracy, or where the connection between the acts and the conspiracy is reasonably apparent.
Therefore, if you find beyond a reasonable doubt that [Name of Defendant] was a member of a conspiracy, and that another/other conspirator(s) committed the crime of [Specify Crime] in furtherance of, or as a foreseeable consequence of, the conspiracy, then you may find [Name of Defendant] guilty of [Specify Crime], even though [Name of Defendant] may not have participated in any of the acts that constitute the crime of [Specify Crime].
For discussions of the law of conspiracy in Oklahoma, see Littlejohnv. State, 2008 OK CR 12, 181 P.3d 736, and Hatch v. State, 1983 OK CR 47, 662 P.2d 1377.