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Helping, Doing, and the Grammar of Complicity
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  • Daniel B. Yeager, California Western School of Law
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This essay is about the grammatical and, to a lesser extent, moral aspects of the law of complicity, which treats someone who helps someone else commit a crime as though the helper himself committed the crime. The point I hope to make here is similar to the one Professor Phillip Johnson made about what he called "the unnecessary crime of conspiracy."
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Helping, Doing, and the Grammar of Complicity, 15 CRIM. JUST. ETHICS 3 (1996).