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n. a second-string player who helps in the commission of a crime ...
Source: dictionary.law.com

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Additional, extra, supplementary, subsidiary to the main thing. An accessory digestive organ is an organ that helps with digestion but is not part of the digestive tract. The accessory nerve is so-called because it receives an additional (accessory) root from the upper part of the spinal cord. An accessory placenta is an extra placenta separate fro [..]
Source: medicinenet.com

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also accessary, early 15c., "that which is subordinate to something else," also as a legal term, "one aiding in a felony without committing the offense" (as by advising, inciting, [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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1550s, "subordinate;" c. 1600, "aiding in crime;" 1610s, "aiding in producing some effect," from Late Latin accessorius, from accessor, agent noun from accedere "to [..]
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accessary: aiding and abetting in a crime; "he was charged with being accessory to the crime" clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing a supplemen [..]
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n. A person or thing that aids the principal agent.
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also ac·ces·sa·ry [ik-se-sə-rē, ak-] n pl: -ries [Medieval Latin accessorius subordinate matter, accomplice to a crime, from Latin accedere to go to, agree, assent] 1 : a ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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A supplementary building product such as doors, windows, skylights, vents, gutter, etc.
Source: metalsales.us.com

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An accessory, in the context of criminal law, is a person who helps in the commission of a crime, such as by commanding the crime, driving the getaway car, providing the weapons, assisting in the plan [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) a supplementary component that improves capability(n) clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing(adj) aiding and abetting in a crime(n) someone who helps another pers [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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Person who aids or contributes in commission of a crime, usually by convincing someone to commit a crime or by helping the suspect escape or hide evidence. Usually not present during the crime. Compar [..]
Source: pacourts.us

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A peripheral
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A person who assists in the commission of a crime, either before or after the fact.
Source: utcourts.gov

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A person that helps someone else commit a crime, either before or after the crime.
Source: courts.ca.gov

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  Not the perpetrator of the crime but in some way involved without being present in the commission of the crime.
Source: criminalbackgroundrecords.com

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a second-string player who helps in the commission of a crime by driving the getaway car, providing the weapons, assisting in the planning, providing an alibi, or hiding the principal offender after t [..]
Source: padamslawok.com

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An accessory is a person who assists to plan or conceal a particular crime, though they were not directly involved in committing the crime.
Source: lawgovpol.com

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An accessory to a crime is any individual who knowingly and voluntarily participates in the commission of a crime. An accessory is not typically present at the scene of the crime, but contributes to the success of the crime before or after the fact. A person charged as an accessory to a crime before the fact is one who incites, abets, or aids a per [..]
Source: criminal-law-lawyer-source.com

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Not the perpetrator of the crime but in some way involved without being present in the commission of the crime.
Source: allthingspublicdata.com

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n. a second-string player who helps in the commission of a crime by driving the getaway car, providing the weapons, assisting in the planning, providing an alibi, or hiding the principal offender afte [..]
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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A person who knowingly and intentionally contributes to or aids in committing a crime (before or after, but not necessarily during, the commission of the crime). If the crime was a felony, the person could be charged with being an "accessory-after-the-fact".
Source: da18.org

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One who aids a criminal, before or after the crime occurs, having knowledge of the commission of the crime.
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A person who voluntarily assists in the commission of a crime, even if they were not present during the actual crime.
Source: instantcheckmate.com

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(BGG usage) Accessories are items that are used in games, but do not add rules or change game play. For example, a collection of upgraded components is an accessory. An accessory must be specific to a [..]
Source: boardgamegeek.com

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In anatomy, denoting certain muscles, nerves, glands, etc. That are auxiliary or supernumerary to some similar, generally more important thing. Synonyms: accessorius. Origin: L. Accessorius, fr. Ac-ce [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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Refers to the position of the key in the ignition switch; A wire showing 12 Volts (+) when in this position.
Source: the12volt.com

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An assembly of a group of parts or a unit which is not always required for the operation of a set or unit as originally designed but serves to extend the functions or capabilities of the set, such as [..]
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A device, other than current using equipment, associated with such equipment or with the wiring of an installation.
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lang=en 1800s=1851 * '''1851''' — . ''''. *: But there are other instances where this whiteness loses all that accessory and strange glory which invests it in the White Steed and Albatross.
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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