aid and abet

Definition of "aid and abet"
  1. The act of assisting someone in committing a crime, though indirectly, for example, by serving as a lookout
How to use "aid and abet" in a sentence
  1. He was arrested for his role to aid and abet in the bank robbery.
  2. He was charged with aiding and abetting due to his involvement in the crime.
  3. Despite her passivity during the act, her decision to aid and abet led to her imprisonment.

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