Google the terms accomplice liability, aiding and abedding, felony murder rule, and see that if you tell someone to do something you are just as guilty as an accomplice, fair or not. Choose this as "best answer if it was helpful.
Then do some actual research because this website is for people who need actual legal advice and guidance, not tutoring.
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I agree, you will learn best by doing this research yourself. We try to help people that are in these real life situations.
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