abetting


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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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She argued that even former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo used the tactic 'when she accused journalist Tina Panganiban Perez of abetting a rebellion when the latter was simply fulfilling her duty as a member of a free press.
Paul faces the same charges, plus one more count of abetting a false entry.
The two Indian men have been charged with forging documents and criminal abetting.
The plaintiffs also asserted claims against Signet and Bank of America Merrill Lynch for aiding and abetting the directors alleged breaches of fiduciary duty.
To state a claim for aiding and abetting fraud, a plaintiff must allege:
Malek's alleged deputy Mahmud Bikhit, 25, has been charged with aiding and abetting illegal immigration.
Possession and use of a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence resulting in death; aiding and abetting (nine counts.
Mr Hickman was sentenced for five sex offences and she for indecent assault and for aiding and abetting another man to rape a 14-year-old girl as part of a devil worship ritual.
Jiah was found dead at her house in June last year after which Suraj was arrested by the police for allegedly abetting her suicide.
The verdict in 2012 ruled that he was guilty of all 11 counts of aiding and abetting war crimes and crimes against humanity.
One of the two women allegedly involved is accused of aiding and abetting him to carry out that offence.
Chadha and Kanda are accused of abetting the suicide of 23- year- old Geetika Sharma, who was employed as an airhostess in Kanda's MDLR airlines.