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A harder case to classify is one in which a malicious felon places an innocent person or a police officer in circumstances where it is the innocent’s right or the officer’s duty to apply deadly force to repel the felon’s threat of force, and the innocent or officer kills someone other than the malicious felon. In such cases the felon does not act through the innocent or officer because missing is the malicious felon’s intention to use the killer. The felon’s intention is likely that no such encounter materialize, except in so-called shield cases (where a third party is used by escaping suspects or those under siege as a shield against police gunfire), or in cases where one felon sends an innocent or confederate outside to a certain death in order to facilitate the malicious felon’s escape.
2d Miscellaneous Reports (First Series; Second Series) Official reports of the New York State trial courts. J. Military Justice Reporter Reports of decisions of the United States Court of Military Appeals and of selected opinions of the courts of military review. Publication began in 1978; the cases reported date back to 1975. 2d Northeastern Reporter (First Series; Second Series) An unofficial reporter containing decisions of the highest courts and of some intermediate appellate courts of Indiana, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, and Ohio.
Hodgson v. S. 417 (1990). Maher v. S. 464 (1977). Ohio v. S. 502 (1990). Planned Parenthood Association of Central Missouri v. S. 52 (1976). Planned Parenthood Association of Kansas City v. S. 476 (1983). Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. S. 833 (1992). Roe v. S. 113 (1973). 8 ACCOMPLICES Rust v. S. 73 (1991). Thornburg v. S. 747 (1986). Webster v. S. 490 (1989). ACCOMPLICES Accomplice liability rests on the premise that someone whom the law interchangeably calls an accomplice, accessory, aider and abettor, secondary party, or helper in the crime or crimes of his perpetrator, doer, or principal is derivatively liable for whatever crime or crimes the principal commits.