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Art and part

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Art and part is a term used in Scots law to denote the aiding or abetting in the perpetration of a crime, or being an accessory before or at the perpetration of the crime. There is no such offence recognized in Scotland as that of being an accessory after the fact.

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Google previewThe Scottish Law Journal and Sheriff Court Record (1860)

IIL—ART AND PART. ART and PART is a technical term employed in the minor proposition of an indictment in conjunction with the other technical term “Actor,” and is, with one single exception, an indispensable member of every indictment.

Google previewAndocides - Athanagilde (1834)

ART AND PART is a term used in Scotch law to denote the charge of contriving a criminal design, as well as that of participating in the actual perpetration of the criminal fact. The derivation of the phrase is uncertain: Sir George Mack— enzie, ...

Google previewThe Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Difussion of Useful Knowledge (1834)

ART AND PART is a term used in Scotch law to denote the charge of contriving a criminal design, as well as that of participating in the actual perpetration of the criminal fact. The derivation of the phrase is uncertain : Sir George Mackenzie, ...

Google previewThe Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1834)

ART AND PART is a term used in Scotch law to denote the charge of contriving a criminal design, as well as that of participating in the actual perpetration of the criminal fact. The derivation of the phrase is uncertain • Sir George Mackenzie, ...

Google previewPenny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1833)

ART AND PART is a term used in Scotch law to denote the charge of contriving a criminal design, as well as that of participating in the actual perpetration of the criminal fact. The derivation of the phrase is uncertain • Sir George Mackenzie, ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union (1839)

With References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier, Robert Kelham

ART AND PART, in the Scotch law, is where one is accessary to a crime committed ...

Google previewThe British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1809)

Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge : Illustrated with Upwards of 150 Elegant Engravings. A - B by William Nicholson

ART and Part, in the law of Scotland, is applied to an accomplice. The facts inferring ...

Google previewThe British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge (1809)

by William Nicholson

ART and Part, in the law of Scotland, is applied to an accomplice. The facts inferring art and part need not be particularly laid in the libel or indictment, for these general words, as terms of stated signification, are sufficient. Yet these facts may ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis]. (1839)

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

A person may be guilty, art and part, either, 1. By giving advice )r counsel to commit the crime: or, 2. By giving warrant or mandate to commit it ; or, 3. By actually assisting the criminal in the execution. It is generally agreed by doctors that, in the ...

Google previewLondon encyclopaedia; or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature and practical mechanics (1829)

comprising a popular view of the present state of knowledge by Thomas Tegg

A person may be guilty, art and part, either, 1. By giving advice or counsel to commit the crime : or, 2. By giving warrant or mandate to commit it ; or, 3. By actually assisting the criminal in the execution. It is generally agreed by doctors that, ...

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2013)

Volume 23: Folk Art by Carol Crown, Cheryl Rivers, Charles Reagan Wilson

Hand-carved canes are both folk art and part of America's cultural history. American folk art canes can be divided into traditional canes and contemporary canes. Traditional folk art canes are generally those made from the early 19th century ...

Google previewA Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland (1838)

With Short Explanations of the Most Ordinary English Law Terms. To which is Added a Supplement, Containing an Analysis of the Court of Session Act, the Advocation and Suspension Act, the Diligence Act, and the Entail Excambion Act by William Bell

ART AND PART ; signifies the aiding or abetting in the perpetration of a crime. One may become art and part guilty of a crime, 1. By giving a warrant or mandate to commit the crime ; 2. By giving counsel or advice to the criminal bow to conduct ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations, by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers; Shewing Their Affinity to Those of Other Languages, and Especially the Northern; Explaining Many Terms, Which, Though Now Obsolete in England, Were Formerly Common to Both Countries; and Elucidating National Rites, Customs, and Institutions, in Their Analogy to Those of Other Nations: to which is Prefixed, a Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language (1808)

by John Jamieson

One may be guilty of a crime, not only by perpetrating it, but by being accessory to, or abetting it; which is-called in 'thc- Roman law, ope ct consi/io, and in ours, art and part. By art is understood, the mandate, instigation, -or advice, that may ...

Google previewAn etymological dictionary of the Scottish language (1808)

illustrating the words in their different significations, by examples from ancient and modern writers; shewing their affinity to those of other languages, and especially the northern; explaining many terms, which, though now obsolete in England by John Jamieson

ART and PART. Accessory to, S. The phrase is thus defined by the judicious Er- skine. " One may lie guilty of a crime, not only by perpetrating it, but by being accessory to, or abetting it; which is called in the Roman law, ope et consilio, and in ...

Google previewBell's Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland (1890)

by Robert Bell, William Bell, George Watson

ART AND PART; signifies the aiding or abetting in the perpetration of a ...

Google previewThe New American Encyclopaedia (1865)

A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge

ART AND PART, a Scotch law term, signifying complicity in both contrivance and perpetration of crime; at once covering our own law terms accessory and principal. ART-U NION, a name given to societies for the encouragement of the fine arts ...

Google previewA New Law Dictionary and Glossary (1850)

Containing Full Definitions of the Principal Terms of the Common and Civil Law : Together with Translations and Explanations of the Various Technical Phrases in Different Languages, Occurring in the Ancient and Modern Reports, and Standard Treatises, Embracing Also All the Principal Common and Civil Law Maxims : Compiled on the Basis of Spelman's Glossary, and Adapted to the Jurisprudence of the United States : with Copious Illustrations, Critical and Historical by Alexander Mansfield Burrill

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