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[uh-bet-er] /əˈbɛt ər/
a person who abets.
Origin of abettor
1505-15; < Anglo-French abettour. See abet, -or2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • In such case, cider and abettor need not have had actual knowledge that principals would be armed.
  • Each of the defendants is charged as an aider and abettor as well as a principal for each of the offenses.
  • Mere presence, even with knowledge that an offense is about to be committed, is not enough to make one an aider or abettor.
  • With regard to all but the conspiracy count, the government offered both principal and aider-and-abettor theories of liability.

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