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Participes criminis

“Participes criminis” is a Latin legal phrase that means “participants in the crime”. It refers to individuals who are involved in the commission of a crime, either as the main perpetrators or accomplices. This term is frequently used in legal settings to describe those who are directly or indirectly involved in criminal activities.

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