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.