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  • *Principal*
  • GIVE ME ALL THE MONEY!
  • This is all of it!
  • *Accomplice*
  • I got the money.
  • Good get in the car, and lets get out of here.
  • *Accessory Before The Fact*
  • What are you thinking?
  • I have a job for you.
  • A principal is the person that commits the crime/act. In this case it is the women with a gun. You might be wondering why that guy is looking at his phone. I'll tell you why... in a second.
  • *Accessory After The Fact*
  • You came to the right place. I'll have a plane ticket ready for you tomorrow bring the cash.
  • An accomplice is someone who helps commit the crime. In this case it's the guy with gray hair.
  • *Crimes Of Omission*
  • I find the defendant guilty.
  • An accessory before the fact is someone who ordered the act/crime. That guy look familiar that's because he ordered the robbery. DUN DUN DUUNNN!!!!
  • *Preliminary Crime* Attempt
  • An accessory after the fact is someone who helps the criminal get away. In this case it is the guy with the beanie on.
  • I need to get away for awhile. I can pay you.
  • Crimes of omission is when someone fails to perform an act required by a criminal law, if they are able to do so. In this case this man forgot to pay his tax and now is getting charged for it. Yikes!
  • An attempt is when someone intends to commit a crime and takes steps to commit the crime. In this case the man bought a gun and intended to kill his prom date. Looks like they won't be crowned king and queen.
  • You never loved me and even if you did I would still never cheat on you. I can't believe you cheated on me.
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