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accomplice:

see accessoryaccessory,
in criminal law, a person who, though not present at the commission of a crime, becomes a participator in the crime either before or after the fact of commission. An accessory before the fact is one whose counsel or instigation leads another to commit a crime.
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Malicious destruction of property resulting in personal injury and death; aiding and abetting (two counts.
Indeed, Dodd-Frank allows the SEC to pursue cases for aiding and abetting under a more lenient "knowingly or recklessly" standard of proof.
In a 36-page document submitted to the judge, the prosecutors separately accused the three of aiding and abetting juvenile prostitution from September 2009 until May 2010.
She was convicted on: one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud; 11 counts of wire fraud and aiding and abetting; and four counts of engaging in a monetary transaction with criminally derived property and aiding and abetting.
His wife is accused of two indecent assaults and one of aiding and abetting the rape of a girl under 16.
Asked if YouTube and other popular video-sharing sites should be prosecuted for aiding and abetting as well, he said: "It's a straight question and my straight answer is yes.
The youth faced nine charges other than aiding and abetting rape.
Criminal aiding and abetting liability requires intentional and direct involvement in the crime.
Tony Lusardi with a charge of aiding and abetting INTERESTING that David Harding accepts Hills play ball with bookmakers who use exchanges and that Hills make use of exchanges, albeit indirectly and through a `bouncer'.
Patrick Balf, owner of the Real Estate Center on Seventh Street, was charged with 10 counts of wire fraud and aiding and abetting, one count of tax evasion, and four counts of filing false income tax returns.
Aiding and abetting the new assault are Harvard University Press and New York University Press, which have embarrassingly and irresponsibly published two new books that well illustrate George Orwell's remark about the "selective manipulation of history.
I hope I'm not aiding and abetting by pointing academic readers to www.