Criminal Terms Law StoryBoard

Criminal Terms Law StoryBoard
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  • Principle
  • Give Me The Money! Now!
  • Accomplice
  • Get In!
  • Accessory Before The Fact
  • I need you to rob the store for big cash
  • Ok
  • 
  • The person that commits the crime called the Principal.
  • Accessory After The Fact
  • Got the cash
  • An Accomplice is a person who helps another commit a crime.
  • Crimes Of Omission
  • Hands behind your back!
  • A person who orders crime to commit but not present is known as the Accessory Before The Fact.
  • Preliminary Crimes
  • An Accessory After The Fact is a person who, knowing of a crime has been committed, help the principal or accomplice avoid capture or escape.
  • Great job, Thanks
  •  A person guilty of a Crimes Of Omission, when he or she fails to preform an act required by the law.
  • An inchoate offense, preliminary crime, or inchoate crime, incomplete crime is a crime of preparing for or seeking to commit another crime. 
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