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abetting

adjective ancillary, coaxing, concerted, encouraging, fostering, inspiring, promoting, prompting, urging
Associated concepts: accessory after the fact, accessory beeore the fact, accomplice and accessories, aiding and abetting
See also: ancillary, concerted, concurrent, promotion, united
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Bell, 77, from Ramoan Gardens in West Belfast, was arrested in March and charged with IRA membership and aiding and abetting the murder of Disappeared victim Jean who was a widowed mother of 10.
He was charged with abetting the girl to commit suicide especially since she was a minor.
BMO Harris Bank (NYSE: BMO) has been accused by the bankruptcy trustee overseeing the recovery of funds in the Petters case of abetting the fraud.
Tappin, the former president of the Kent Golf Union, pleaded guilty to one count of aiding and abetting the illegal export of defence articles, a spokesman for the US attorney's office in the western district of Texas said.
They also appealed to likeminded forces to join hands against the treachery of the rulers who they alleged were abetting the US war crimes by planning to restore NATO supplies.
Yesterday, the jury at Doncaster Crown Court cleared Stephenson of one charge of aiding and abetting suicide after deliberating for about three hours and following a four-day trial.
Clay, of Florence Road, Wallasey, had pleaded not guilty to aiding and abetting suicide.
2 counts aiding and abetting embezzlement punishable by up to 5 years and/or a fine of $10,000 or 3 times the value of the money embezzled, whichever is greater;
Other charges included intimidation, aiding and abetting unlawful and malicious wounding, attempting to unlawfully and maliciously wound others, perverting the course of justice, two counts of robbery, conspiracy to rob, two of supplying drugs and two of possession of drugs.
officials have been accused of "aiding and abetting indicted Croatian Gen.
The next day, in his column, Harpur called for a change to Section 241 of the Criminal Code (which prohibits counselling, aiding, or abetting anyone to commit suicide) so that "compassionate" physicians may assist people to kill themselves.
6701 penalty sanctions aiding or abetting in the preparation of a return or other document by any person who knew (or had reason to believe) that such return or other document would result in the understatement of tax liability.