Aiding and Abetting

helping or encouraging someone else to commit a crime

aiding and abetting

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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Aiding and abetting

Aiding and abetting is a legal doctrine related to the guilt of someone who aids or abets in the commission of a crime. It exists in a number of different countries and generally allows a court to pronounce someone guilty for aiding and abetting in a crime even if they are not the principal offender. ==Canada== In Canada, a person who aids or abet...
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Aiding and Abetting

(AGENCY) The guilt of a person in a criminal case may be proved without evidence that he personally did every act involved in the commission of the crime charged. The law recognizes that, ordinarily, anything a person can do for himself may also be accomplished through direction of another person as an agent, or by acting togeth...
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