O-8.1 - Act respecting police organization

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193. Every person who, through encouragement or advice or by means of an order, leads another person to commit an offence is guilty of the offence, and of any other offence the other person commits as a result of his encouragement, advice or order, as if he had committed it himself, if he knew or should have known that his encouragement, advice or order would probably result in the commission of the offence.
1988, c. 75, s. 193.