abettor


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a person who helps

Synonyms for abettor

one who helps or encourages or incites another

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68) In accordance with the common practice, the specification did not specify whether he was charged as the perpetrator or as an aider and abettor.
To further the discussion of regarding Google's status as an aider and abettor, the legal definition of "aid and abet" is necessary.
There was every indication the so-called victim was an accomplice and aider and abettor.
The allegations at most portray Barclays as a culpable aider and abettor," Judge Melinda Harmon said in the order, adding that was not a basis for private civil liability.
The chapters, which are organized by state, consider each state's recognition and understanding of the implied duty, prohibited and permitted conduct, aider and abettor liability, and litigation issues.
The judge ruled that Saravia was an "aider, abettor, and co-conspirator" in Romero's murder by hiring the getaway driver and paying the assassin about $200.
He is the greatest aider and abettor of its destruction that Dublin and the IRA have ever had," said Mr Paisley.
For example, abettor could take the over-under on Apple and Compaq, GM and Ford, Gannett and the New York Times.
The professional lawyer would be a minister of justice, not an abettor of crime; a guardian of truth, not a suborner of mendacity.
The petitioners including former prime minister Shaukat Aziz, former law minister Zahid Hamid, and former chief justice of Pakistan Abdul Hameed Dogar challenged their nomination ordered by a Special Court to try them as abettor in the high treason case initiated against former President, General (retd) Pervaiz Musharraf on the act of imposition emergency in the country on November 3, 2007.
The petitioners challenged their nomination ordered by a special court to try them as abettor in the high treason case initiated against former President, General (retd) Pervaiz Musharraf on the act of imposition emergency in the country on November 3, 2007.
Dileep was booked under Section 376 ( rape) while his wife has been charged under Section 114 ( abettor present when offence is committed) of the IPC.
In legal filings, Rosen was called an "aider, abettor and/or co-conspirator" after he reported on secret information provided by a State Department source about North Korea.
An aider and abettor would be responsible for any crime that was a natural and possible consequence of the target crime.
The plaintiffs further claimed the firm was both a primary violator of section 10(b) and a secondary violator as a conspirator and alder and abettor to CPC.