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2 Multiple choice questions

  1. principle in the 1st degree (commits act)
    principle in the 2nd degree (is there, butdoens't committ)
    principle before the fact (aids before)
    princple after the fact (aids after)
  2. 1. AR: act that aids, abets, encourages or assists another to perform a crime (need actual participation probably)
    2. Dual Mens reas: specific intent

1 True/False question

  1. Fro AL a crimeMUST BE COMMITTED/COMPLETED, but like inchoate offenses b/c group crime
    b/c accompleise "derives" liablity for the prinicple so can't be convicted if no crime but the majority rule (Standifer) shows that aquitall of the principal does not bar accomplise to be liable b/c the crime still has to be proven at trial to be proved