accomplice



accomplice defined in 1939 year

accomplice - Accomplice (Lat. ad, to; cum, with; plicare, to weave);
accomplice - One who assists another in the commission of a erime. An accomplice may be an aider and abettor or an accessory. The evidence of accomplices is always admissible against a prisoner, but the judge should advise the jury that it is dangerous to convict on such evidence if not corroborated. The evidence of other accomplices is not corrobor-ation, and evidence offered as corroboration need not prove that the prisoner committed the crime. It is enough if it connects him with it circumstantially. The older form of the word is complice. See Accessory.

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letter "A"
start from "AC"
accord and satisfaction

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