Definition Of abet
encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular, to commit a crime or other offense.
he was not guilty of murder but was guilty of aiding and abetting others
Example Of abet
After all, by law, the act of suicide and its abetment are both punishable.
All individuals convicted of performing, aiding, or abetting the rape were subject to life in prison.
And if they think that his representative is too effective, they can always charge them with aiding and abetting a terrorist.
As a journalist, she is under no written or unwritten rules of restraint to aid or abet a felony.
As the accessory foresaw only minor physical harm, he was guilty of aiding and abetting manslaughter.