How to Protect Yourself Against Becoming a “Party to The Crime.”

This video defines and discusses party to a crime criminal liability in Wisconsin to help you avoid getting charged for a crime someone else committed. The video also discuss how much time you can get for being a party to a crime.

In Wisconsin, party to a crime law indicates whoever is concerned in the commission of a crime is a principal and may be charged with, and convicted of, the crime although the person did not directly commit it. Thus, you could be charged even if the person who directly committed it has not been charged or convicted. Watch this video to learn more about this law and how you can protect yourself.