Two questions: 1. What is the purpose for the word "co-conspirator?" The word "conspirator" appears to be the correct term in usage. If the purpose is a function of attorney bafflegab - that is, never use one word when ten will do - I understand; co-conspirator has no purpose. 2. Why is the phrase "enter into" used when, in nearly all circumstances, the term "enter" furnishes accurate information? Another way of phrasing the question might be: Has anyone ever "entered out of?"