If debt be a crime, the creditor is more than particeps criminis.
The free States are the particeps criminis of the slave States.
They never know exactly what to do about it, and so you print the interview with their approval, and make 'em particeps criminis.
He becomes an actual participator in the fact—a particeps criminis.
Was not the newspaper proprietor who advertised these several offices a particeps criminis in the transaction?
If we recognize her, that will make us as bad as she is—'particeps criminis', the Latins would say.
If the slave trade and slavery are great sins, the North is particeps criminis, and has been from the beginning.
Shall we move to commit Luther Martin, as particeps criminis with Burr?
Would it make her particeps criminis though, if she wore one of his rings?
Bige said the deacon called me a "parsnip scrimmage," but more probably it was a particeps criminis.