aid and abet

aiding and abetting; aid and abet To help, to assist, or to facilitate the commission of a crime and to promote the accomplishment thereof; and to help in advancing or bringing it about, or to encourage, to counsel, or to incite as to its commission. Legally, it includes all assistance rendered by words, acts, encouragement, support, or presence, ...
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Aid And Abet

n. the person or the party in a cause against whom an appeal has been taken into consideration by a court. The appellee's opponent on appeal is the appellant. Usually appellee is the one in whose favor the lower court has passed a judgment.
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aid and abet

To actively, knowingly or intentionally assist another person in commission or attempted commission of a crime. See accomplice.
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Aid and Abet

To actively, knowingly or intentionally assist another person in the commission or attempted commission of a crime.
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Aid And Abet

To help someone else commit a crime. An aider and abettor is a helper who is present at a crime scene but in a passive role, such as acting as a lookout. In most situations, an aider and abettor faces the same punishment as the perpetrator of the crime.
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