Aiding, Abetting and Accomplice Law
DEFINITIONS, PROOF, AND PUNISHMENT FOR AIDING AND ABETTING
Do you have a friend, family member or acquaintance accused of committing a crime? You could potentially be charged with aiding and abetting, or being an accomplice after the fact if you provided material support or assistance that allowed the perpetrator to commit the alleged crime. The penalties for supporting the commission of a crime are the same as the penalty for the crime itself.
If you charged under aiding, abetting or accomplice law the government is alleging that you provided material support or assistance to the perpetrators of criminal activity. An award-winning San Diego criminal lawyer will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about how to proceed with your criminal defense. If you have any questions, you should call us immediately. We are available 24 hours a day to answer your criminal law questions.