abettor

[n] - one who helps or encourages or incites another
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abettor

In law, a person who knowingly and voluntarily aids a criminal in committing an offence, thereby becoming equally guilty of the crime. ...
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abettor

abetter noun one who helps or encourages or incites another
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Abettor

• (n.) One who abets; an instigator of an offense or an offender.
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abettor

in law, a person who becomes equally guilty in the crime of another by knowingly and voluntarily aiding the criminal during the act itself. An ... [1 related articles]
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abettor

abet, abetting, abetted, abetment, abettal, abettor, abetter (from the baiting of wild animals) 1. To assist, encourage, instigate, or support with criminal intent in attempting or carrying out a crime; often used in the phrase 'aid and abet'. 2. To encourage, incite, or set another person on to commit a crime: 'He abetted the thief in robbing the...
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Abettor

One who encourages or incites, persuades or sets another on to commit a crime . Such a person is either a principal or, an accessory to the crime. When present, aiding, where a felony is committed, he is guilty as principal in the second degree, when absent he is merely an accessory.
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Abettor

An abettor is someone who encourages another to commit a crime (someone who abets).
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Abettor

Abettor (from to abet, Old French abeter, à and beter, to bait, urge dogs upon any one; this word is probably of Scandinavian origin, meaning to cause to bite), is a legal term implying one who instigates, encourages or assists another to commit an offence. An abettor differs from an accessory in that he must be present at the commission of the c...
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