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He was accused and acquitted of conspiracy in 1820. In 1821 he was again implicated in a conspiracy, this time for attempting to free soldiers involved in the Belfort Conspiracy. To circumvent claims of entrapment, the government brought Caron before a military tribunal. Despite public skepticism, Caron was convicted and executed in 1822.
^Robert Alexander (2003). "Self-defeating opposition: from July 1820 to February 1824". Re-Writing the French Revolutionary Tradition: Liberal Opposition and the Fall of the Bourbon Monarchy. p. 168. ISBN0-521-80122-2.