2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 9 - Inchoate Crimes
905 - Grading of criminal attempt, solicitation and conspiracy.

     § 905.  Grading of criminal attempt, solicitation and
        (a)  Grading.--Except as otherwise provided in this title,
     attempt, solicitation and conspiracy are crimes of the same
     grade and degree as the most serious offense which is attempted
     or solicited or is an object of the conspiracy.
        (b)  Mitigation.--If the particular conduct charged to
     constitute a criminal attempt, solicitation or conspiracy is so
     inherently unlikely to result or culminate in the commission of
     a crime that neither such conduct nor the actor presents a
     public danger warranting the grading of such offense under this
     section, the court may dismiss the prosecution.
     (Mar. 26, 1974, P.L.213, No.46, eff. imd.; Mar. 9, 1995, 1st
     Sp.Sess., P.L.964, No.3, eff. 60 days)

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