What is the difference between something that is 'unlawful' and something that is 'ileagal'?
No difference. The reason why legal terms are always said twice is that USA inherited both England and France terms.
That's why it's :
Assault AND Battery
Aid AND Abet
One is English, the other French.
What does 'abet' mean exactly? The word derives from the French 'abeter' - to hound, which itself derives from the Norse 'beita' - to cause to bite.
The phrase 'aid and abet' was coined in the late 18th century, by which time the term 'abet' had lost its original 'cause to bite' meaning
There is no diffrence. Illegal and unlawful both mean they are prohibited by law. If you are guilty of unlawful conduct you have commited an illegal act.
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