Criminal, Elements of a Crime 4 - Rory Lewis
An accessory after the fact must know that the person he is aiding has committed a felony, be completed at the time aid is rendered. Under modern statutes, what is the difference between a principal and an accomplice to a crime? A principal possesses the requisite intent and actually commits the crime. An accomplice to a crime possesses the intent that the crime be committed and aids, counsels, or encourages the principal before or during the commission of the crime.
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