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"Abettor", is a law term implying one who instigates, encourages or assists another to commit an offence.
Known for excommunicating noblemen who protected the Cathars, Pierre de Castelnau excommunicated Raymond as an abettor of heresy
An abettor differs from an accessory in that he must be present at the commission of the crime; all abettors are principals, and, in …
The Supreme Court accepted the previous ruling of the Special Court for Organized Crime in Belgrade which targeted Milošević as the main abettor of politically motivated murders in the 1990s
A person may in certain cases be convicted as an abettor in the commission of an offence in which he or she could not be a principal, e.g. a woman or …
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