Q: If a business with legal product sell or delivers to customers who uses it for illegal activity, is that aiding & abedd?
Business and it's products are completely legal. The product I sell is firewood and water from a ground well that has water rights. Most customers use this on properties that are large MJ grows illegal by county ordinance but also used for housing among the same properties
It depends on the nature of the product, by whom it's used and for what purpose.
For example, you posted this question under several categories including Cannabis & MJ law. MJ is now legal for persons over the age of 18. However, if you sold/ delivered MJ to a minor (under 18) that would be unlawful in the first place without going through any aiding and abetting analysis.
Still sticking with MJ (or other drugs), if you sold or delivered products you knew or had reason to know was being used to refine MJ to Cannbis wax or acetone (as one example) used to manufacture meth, you could be charged with aiding and abetting or being a co-conspirator with the parties involved in manufacturing.
more info is necessary.
if you are talking about mj it is legal in calif but illegal federally..............so it would be a good idea not to use mail to do anything related to MJ
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