Latin Legal Terms

Accessorius sequitur

Accessorius sequitur – this legal term is nowadays used in the area of Criminal Trials in some countries where it details the rule that “the accessory participant in a committed crime cannot be charged for bigger crime (i.e. to receive bigger punishment) than the actual performer”. It is related to all these who helped the actual performer of the crime – these participants should receive smaller sentence.

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