If you have been charged with aiding and abetting, contact a Portland defense attorney. Aiding and abetting is the crime of helping someone commit a crime. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can help protect your legal rights, arrange bail, and prepare your defense.
You can help someone commit a crime by your actions or your words. Even if the crime planned is not completed, you may be arrested for and charged with attempted aiding and abetting. An aider and abettor does not have to be present when the crime is committed but will have indicated intent for the crime to be committed by encouraging or giving advice to the person who commits the crime.
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