Accomplice

a person who helps or encourages someone else to commit, or get away with, a crime

Accomplice

[disambiguation] An accomplice is a person who actively participates in the commission of a crime but takes no part in the actual criminal offense. Accomplice may also refer to: == See also == ...
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accomplice

[n] - a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)
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accomplice

In law, a person who acts with another in the commission or attempted commission of a crime, either as a principal or as an
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Accomplice

Ac·com'plice noun [ Ac- (perh. for the article a or for Latin ad) + E. complice. See Complice .] 1. A cooperator. [ R.] « Success unto our valiant general, And happiness to his accomplices ! Shak. » 2. (Law) An associate in the commission of a...
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accomplice

A bacterium which accompanies the main infecting agent in a mixed infection and which influences the virulence of the main organism. ... Origin: M.E., fr. O.Fr., fr. L. Comples, closely connected ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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accomplice

confederate noun a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)
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Accomplice

• (n.) A cooperator. • (n.) An associate in the commission of a crime; a participator in an offense, whether a principal or an accessory.
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accomplice

in law, a person who becomes equally guilty in the crime of another by knowingly and voluntarily aiding the other to commit the offense. An ...
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accomplice

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-kom′plis Definitions: 1. A bacterium that accompanies the main infecting agent in a mixed infection and that influences the virulence of the main organism.
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accomplice

accomplice: see accessory.
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Accomplice

One who voluntarily and intentionally joins with another person in committing a crime. You should consider such testimony with greater caution than that of an ordinary witness.
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Accomplice

n. someone party in a crime. Someone who has not committed, yet is involved in some way concerned in the commission of a crime.
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Accomplice

An accomplice is someone associated with somebody else in the committing of a crime.
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accomplice

In law, a person who acts with another in the commission or attempted commission of a crime, either as a principal or as an accessory
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Accomplice

At law, an accomplice is a person who actively participates in the commission of a crime, even if they take no part in the actual criminal offense. For example, in a bank robbery, the person who points the gun at the teller and asks for the money is guilty of armed robbery. Anyone else directly involved in the commission of the crime, such as the ...
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accomplice

Person who knowingly and voluntarily participates with another in a criminal act through aiding, abetting, advising or encouraging offender. See accessory.
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Accomplice

(1) A partner in a crime. (2) A person who knowingly and voluntarily participates with another in a criminal activity.
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accomplice

a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan
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