Accessory After the Fact
To be convicted for the crime of Accessory After the Fact, the prosecutor must prove three (3) elements:
- That the defendant harbored, concealed, maintained or in some way assisted the principal offender after the commission of a felony;
- That the defendant knew the principal offender had committed or was an accessory to a felony; and
- That the defendant aided the principal offender or the accessory to avoid or escape detention, arrest, trial or punishment.
If you have been charged with the crime of Accessory After the Fact, it is critical that you immediately consult with an experienced Boston Criminal Defense Lawyer.
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