- Describe in your words what the offense of Aiding & Abetting consists of? Give an example demonstrating how the concept of Inducement works within the crime of Aiding & Abetting.
- Describe in your own words how the Defense of Mere Presence words within Aiding & Abetting, or for any crime. Give an example of Mere Presence that would result in someone not being found criminally responsible for a crime.
- How does Aiding & Abetting differ from Accessory After the Fact?
- Give an example of a crime of Attempt. How far does one have to go toward the completion of the crime to qualify as an Attempt?
- Conspiracy consists of Agreement, Scope and Membership. What is the difference between an implied and expressed agreement? Give an example of an implied agreement.
o avoid her and don’t believe her ghost sightings. The governess could be described as protective and suspicious because she is always on the guard to see what can affect the children and is always trying to make them stay out of harm of the ghost. She’s suspicious of the children’s actions and clearly notes every miniature thing they do. Mrs. Grose: She has to deal with, sometimes, the absurdity of the governess and listen to her as well as add minimal knowledge to her of the past dealings in the estate. Sometimes, what the governess says to her makes her lose her balance and feels lightheaded and cry, which puts her in a bad state. Mrs. Grose is supportive and caring. She supports and follow on with the thoughts and plan that the governess has. She cares about the children just like the governess and is concerned about them. Miles: He has to consistently act like nothing’s happening or mention of past events at Bly. In addition, he tries to avoid mentioning the names of the ghosts to the governess. Miles is cunning and mysterious because he is always up to something and hides information from the governess. We don’t get to know a lot about him and his actions are deceitful toward the governess and are unknown to her and even Mrs. Grose. Flora: Just like Miles, she also has to act natural and not raise suspicion in the governess. Also, she can’t mention the name of the ghosts to the governess. Flora is affectionate and adventurous because she provides comfort for the governess and loves to take strolls by the lake outside the house. Point of view The novel begins with Mr. Douglas speaking, which is third person omniscient because he already knows the story of the governess and everything that has happened and as he reads the governess’s story, it changes to first person’s. She speaks of her experiences and the following events at Bly without any knowledge of other’s thoughts or prompted actions, just providing her opinions and assumptions from her point by using words like “I”. Unlike the rest of the novel, in the prologue, Mr. Douglas already knows what happened in the story to all characters. Main conflict>GET ANSWER