Black v. State

In Black v. State, 2002 WY 72, P.3d (Wyo. 2002), the dissent maintained that the jury could not convict the appellant of aiding and abetting the principal crimes unless it made a factual determination that aiding and abetting had actually occurred. Because the jury instructions in that case did not make clear to the jury that such a determination had to be made, the appellant was prejudiced.