Consequences for concealment of crime
While just neglecting to report a wrongdoing is one thing, hiding a wrongdoing is another. A man
can for the most part be accused with accessory after the fact, or aiding and abetting, in the event that
he or she wasn't really present amid the commission of a wrongdoing, yet took activities to disguise the
wrongdoing or help the culprits maintain a strategic distance from catch.