Conspiracy (criminal)

As forms of participation in a criminal offense can be distinguished according to German criminal law:

  • Perpetration according to § 25 of the Criminal Code Sole perpetrator ( § 25 para 1, 1, 1 Old Criminal Code. ): The offender commits the circumscribed in fact act independently.
  • Indirect perpetration ( § 25 para 1, 2 Old Criminal Code. ): This institute concerned with the case that the perpetrator commits the act by another. Herein, the doer, the tool of the indirect perpetrator dar.
  • Complicity ( § 25 para 2 of the Criminal Code ): If two people work together on a labor facts of the case and act according to a common Tatplan, it would not be appropriate, the actions of the two perpetrators isolated from each other to look at. Therefore, the Tatbeiträge of the mutually acting are mutually attributed to be the wrongfulness of the act justly.
  • Participation in accordance with § 26 et seq StGB Incitement ( § 26 StGB): The instigator caused the Tatentschluss on the part of the offender, but then no longer occurs in the course of concrete Tatausführung in appearance. The position of the instigator of the facts of the case is distinguished in that it has no control over the infringement.
  • Aid ( § 27 StGB): The person providing aid is distinguished in that it provides assistance to a facts of the case, without thereby attain the level of participation of an accomplice.