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same person in the case of complicity in a crime is a principle. Thus, principal is the one who participates in a crime and commits it. Almost always, of course, he will be the person who committed the crime him or herself. But occasionally this will not be so. For the crime may have been committed by the hands of an innocent agent incurred no criminal liability by doing it. This innocent agent has no blamable intentions in what he did. In such a case, the man who instigates this agent is the real offender. Criminal law of Lithuania also foresees other situations of intermediary offence or mediate principal ∗. Criminal Code of Lithuania under subsection 24 (3) provides for such cases of indirect committing of a crime: 1. When the real offender commits a crime by the hand of irresponsible; 2. When the real offender commits a crime by the hand of the person, who is juvenile offender and cannot incur the criminal liability; 3. When the real offender commits a crime by the hand of a person, who isn’t guilty.
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