Even though you weren’t present during the commission of a crime, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re off the hook. You can be charged with aiding and abetting if the state finds evidence that you supported the efforts of another party who committed a crime.
This might involve:
While charges of aiding and abetting or being an accessory can be difficult to prove, that doesn't mean you should take them lightly. If you're convicted, you could face the same consequences as the person who actually committed the crime.
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