Asked in Chevy Lumina
What does the phrase accessory after the fact mean?
The phrase accessory after the fact is used in law. A person is an accessory after the fact when s/he, knowing that a crime was committed, receives, comforts or assists the perpetrator (the person who committed the offense) in escaping from the police. ...
Asked in Japanese Language and Culture
What does ittadakimasu mean in Japanese?
It is typically literally translated as "I humbly receive," but for all intents and purposes, it is simply a set phrase that one uses before eating to express appreciation for the fact that you have food to eat. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, State Laws
What is accessory to breaking and entering a felony or misdemeanor?
By "accessory" do you mean you actively participated in the offense? B&E is a felony offense in every jurisdiction I am aware of. if you were an accessory you are facing some unhappy times ahead. ...