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  1. Luís Silva says

    In my local legal system (portuguese) the solicitor is held as a co-author of the crime, and gets punished as severely as the perpetrating author. Interestingly enough, he’ll only be legally responsible if the person he solicited actually at least tries to commit the solicited crime, which once led to a case of a man who hired ukranian immigrants to kill his soon-to-be ex-wife, paid them an advance, gave them the tools and information, but on the day of the crime the ukranians turned everything to the police as evidence of the solicitation, but because they didn’t even try to commit the murder they were hired for, the solicitor was (primarily) declared not-guilty. He was convicted afterwards, though on a flimsy stance.

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