An Accessory is aiding or contributing in a secondary way or assisting in or contributing to as a subordinate. See Accessory to a Crime.
An Accessory to a Crime is any person connected to a crime before or after it has happened, but was not present when the crime was committed.
An Accomplice is a party who agrees to a crime as the main criminal or in accessory.
An Accord is the agreement between parties to settle their claims and differences.
The purchase by one party to a contract of a release from his obligations under it when the other party
An order of the court requiring a financial institution to provide certain information held by them relating to a customer
Accusation is the formal charge that is made in court where a person is guilty of a offence that is punishable.
The Accused is the person charged, who has allegedly committed the offence
An Accuser is the person who claims that another person is guilty of an offense that is punishable or of a crime. See Plaintiff.
When the particulars of a claim form (outlining details of the claim) are served on (delivered to) a defendant, they receive a response pack including a form called Acknowledgement of Service, which they must use to acknowledge they have received the claim. The defendant must file (return) the acknowledgment form within 14 days of receiving…