Criminal law terms

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  • Principal 
  • This was the best idea, stealing from the place I work at.
  • Stop right now! You are under arrest for stealing and breaking and entering.
  • Accomplice
  • BANK
  • I'm coming start the van.
  • Accessory before the fact
  • Thanks, kid.
  • I unlocked the door, so you should be able to get in without the alarm.
  • The principle is the person who actually commits the crime.
  • Accessory after the fact
  • There's a van at the pier, inside is food and a burner cell.
  • The accomplice is someone who helps another person commit a crime.                                                                          
  • Crimes of Omission
  • So you didn't help rob the bank
  • Nope not at all
  • Come on I really need you to rob the jewelry store.
  • A person who incites or assists someone to commit a crime (or knowingly aids someone who has committed a crime). Or also the person who helps someone get/do something before they actually commit a crime.
  • Solicitation
  • No I'm not doing it!
  • A person who incites or assists someone to commit a crime (or knowingly aids someone who has committed a crime). Or also the person who helps after the crime has been committed.
  • Thanks, mom for doing this the money is in cabinet.
  • Crimes of omission is when you fail to perform an act required by a criminal law, if you are physically able to perform the required act.
  • Solicitation is when you ask, command, urge, or advise another person to commit a crime.
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