Grand Larceny: How Driving The Getaway Car Makes You Equally As Guilty And How Your Lawyer Can Help
If someone convinces you to drive the getaway car in a robbery, do not do it. You may think that the only charge you will get if caught is aiding and abetting criminals, but you are wrong. In many cases, you can be charged with much more. Under Canadian law, you could even be charged with grand larceny yourself, even if you never touched a single dollar of the money that was stolen.