abetting

  • 1 abetting — I adjective ancillary, coaxing, concerted, conducing, encouraging, fostering, expediting, facilitating, indorsing, inspiring, promoting, prompting, urging associated concepts: accessory after the fact, accessory before the fact, accomplice and… …

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  • 2 Abetting — Abet A*bet , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abetted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abetting}.] [OF. abeter; a (L. ad) + beter to bait (as a bear), fr. Icel. beita to set dogs on, to feed, originally, to cause to bite, fr. Icel. b[=i]ta to bite, hence to bait, to… …

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  • 3 abetting — n. state of assisting or encouraging (usually in some wrongdoing) a·bet || É™ bet v. encourage or help someone to do something (especially something illegal) …

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  • 4 abetting — …

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  • 5 Aiding and Abetting (novel) — infobox Book | name = Aiding and Abetting title orig = translator = image caption = author = Muriel Spark cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = Viking Press pub date = 26 July 2000 english… …

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  • 6 aiding and abetting — index concerted Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 7 aiding and abetting — A familiar term in criminal law, meaning the advising, counseling, procuring, or encouraging another to commit a crime. One accused of such acts cannot be guilty thereof unless the person aided committed a crime. 21 Am J2d Crim L § 119. If guilty …

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  • 8 aiding and abetting — Assisting in or otherwise facilitating the commission of a crime. See aider and abettor aid and abet …

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  • 9 aiding and abetting — Assisting in or otherwise facilitating the commission of a crime. See aider and abettor aid and abet …

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  • 10 List of Bosnian genocide prosecutions — This is a list of prosecutions bought against states and individuals for the crime of genocide in Bosnia. Also, several civil law cases that are being conducted before The Hague District Court in the Netherlands, and two that have been decided in …

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  • 11 Accessory (legal term) — For other uses, see Accessory (disambiguation). Criminal law …

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  • 12 Srebrenica massacre — Srebrenica genocide Part of Bosnian War The cemetery at the Srebrenica Potočari Memorial and C …

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  • 13 List of people pardoned by George W. Bush — The following is a partial list of people pardoned by George W. Bush. As of July 21, 2008, [http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5h28Ul1zG AJjGFriiYjUgsa4nBogD8VKMJGG7 Bush Pardons 15 And Commutes AQnother] Associated Pres , (March 25, 2007)]… …

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  • 14 Mile Mrkšić — in courtroom in Hague in May 2009 Born 20 July 1947 …

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  • 15 Tax protester history — A tax protester, in the United States, is a person who denies that he or she owes a tax based on the belief that the constitution, statutes, or regulations do not empower the government to impose, assess or collect the tax. The tax protester may… …

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  • 16 Pinkerton liability — The Pinkerton liability rule was pronounced in Pinkerton v. United States ,328 U.S. 640, 66 S.Ct. 1180, 90 L.Ed. 1489 (1946)] a case in the Supreme Court of the United States. Walter and Daniel Pinkerton were brothers who were charged with… …

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  • 17 APA Task Force on Deceptive and Indirect Techniques of Persuasion and Control — The APA Task Force on Deceptive and Indirect Techniques of Persuasion and Control (DIMPAC[1]) formed at the request of the American Psychological Association (APA) in 1983. The APA asked Margaret Singer, one of the leading proponents of theories… …

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  • 18 Edward and Elaine Brown — Edward Lewis Brown (born 1942) and his wife, Elaine Alice Brown (born c. 1940), residents of the American state of New Hampshire, gained national news media attention in early 2007 for not paying the U.S. federal income tax and refusing to… …

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  • 19 accomplice — ac·com·plice /ə käm pləs, kəm / n [alteration (from incorrect division of a complice ) of complice, from Middle French, associate, from Late Latin complic complex partner, confederate]: one who intentionally and voluntarily participates with… …

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  • 20 Margaret Singer — For the birth control activist, see Margaret Sanger. Dr. Margaret Singer Born 1921 Denver, Colorado, United States …

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