COPRINCIPAL

COPRINCIPAL

coprincipal.

1. One of two or more participants in a criminal offense who either perpetrate the crime or aid a person who does so. [Cases: Criminal Law 59. C.J.S. Criminal Law ¡ì¡ì 127, 998.]

2. One of two or more persons who have appointed an agent whom they both have the right to control.


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