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  • Defending Against Accessory Charges You can be charged as an accessory if you have information that a criminal act will be, or has been, committed and you did not report it to the police. Accessory before the fact cases are not prosecuted very often. It is difficult to prove that an individual had prior knowledge of the crime and provided some type of support to the perpetrator. You should never assume that the district attorney won’t bring charges. Prosecutions for being an accessory after the fact are much more common. Anything that you do to assist or protect the alleged perpetrator can be construed as a furtherance of the crime. A person can be accused of aiding and abetting under

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