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Aiding and Abetting

What is Aiding and Abetting?

Aiding and AbettingAiding and abetting or accessory to a crime is defined as someone who helps, encourages, or assists another person to commit a crime. The person who willfully causes the act by themselves or by another is referred to as a principal. Those aware of the crime being committed or who assist with the commission of a crime are referred to as accomplices.

A person found guilty of aiding and abetting may not necessarily be found guilty of the crime committed itself.  A person may have only played a small role in the criminal act, but may still be charged with aiding and abetting.

What to do if you are charged with aiding and abetting in South Carolina

If you are being charged with aiding and abetting in South Carolina, it is important that you seek help from knowledgeable South Carolina criminal defense attorneys.  You may feel your role in the crime was minor; however, you still may face harsh penalties. For that reason it is important to contact an aggressive South Carolina criminal defense attorney immediately.

Founded in 1996 by a former U.S. Attorney, the Strom Law Firm, LLC knows what it takes to aggressively defend cases on a state and federal level. If you have been charged with aiding and abetting, do not wait until it is too late. Contact us today for a free consultation. 803.252.4800.

Getting Arrested And Charged With a Crime Does Not Mean You Are Guilty

If you are charged with a crime, you are innocent until proven guilty, which is a right guaranteed by our constitution. It becomes the state’s burden to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.  For experienced criminal defense attorneys who will fight for you and protect your rights, contact the criminal defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC today.  We offer a free consultation to discuss your arrest, possible defenses, and what you may be facing. Call us today for a free consultation. 803.252.4800

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