The extensions of the territorial principle1 apply also to participation in or attempts to commit a crime which take place in one state, the substantive crime being committed or being intended to be committed in another. The state in which the participation or attempt occurred, and the state in which its consequence occurred, both have jurisdiction2. A state has jurisdiction over a person accused of conspiracy to commit a crime if:
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