aid


aid
To support, help, assist or strengthen. Act in cooperation with; supplement the efforts of others. State v. Upton, Iowa, 167 N.W.2d 625, 628.
Distinguished from abet.
"Aid" within aider and abettor statute means to help, to assist, or to strengthen while "abet" means to counsel, to encourage, to incite or to assist in commission of criminal act. State v. Trocodaro, 36 Ohio App.2d 1, 301 N.E.2d 898, 902

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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