(1) As a journalist, she is under no written or unwritten rules of restraint to aid or abet a felony.(2) Under Section 241 of the Criminal Code of Canada, it is an offence to counsel, aide or abet anyone to commit suicide.(3) She is abetted in her fraud by a respectable publisher and its public relations arm, taking advantage of the ignorance of her interlocutors and reviewers regarding the most basic facts of the case.(4) She says the legal system is not doing enough to protect women, and in some cases is aiding and abetting men who stalk former partners.(5) The law defines the use of terms such as harassment, sexual harassment, stalking and abetment to discrimination and racial segregation.(6) They would plead as aiders and abettors and get a lesser sentence.(7) The press should not buy the argument that its reporting on war is aiding and abetting the enemy.(8) The company is filing suit against banks it had dealings with, alleging they either abetted fraud or received payment at the expense of creditors, allegedly contributing to the collapse of the company.(9) What the agents could hear was treason, which is legally defined as ├ö├ç├┐aiding and abetting the enemy in time of war.├ö├ç├û(10) The one who did not return to clear his name became the only one still convicted - of aiding and abetting people now cleared of any offence.(11) In a number of irregular conflicts, guerrillas and government forces alike regarded an unwillingness to help as aiding and abetting the enemy.(12) We're to avoid any action that could be construed as aiding and abetting a kidnap negotiation, those are our strict instructions from the State Department.(13) The implication is that business schools are aiding and abetting accounting fraud and other misdeeds by failing to teach their students not to commit crimes.(14) Central banks that have acquiesced in, or abetted , high inflation are practicing a form of financial corruption that eventually leads to financial ruin.(15) If poverty leads to lead exposure, and lead abets crime and poor health, then lead can be said to nudge indigent people toward crimes.(16) It was the beginning of a new phase in which violence was organised and orchestrated with the abetment of the State.
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