Aiding consummation of felony; penalty.
(1) A person is guilty of aiding consummation of felony if he intentionally aids another to secrete, disguise, or convert the proceeds of a felony or otherwise profit from a felony.
(2) If the crime involved is a felony of any class, aiding consummation of crime is a Class IV felony.
Source:Laws 1977, LB 38, § 14.
A defendant’s conviction for aiding the consummation of a felony under this section is not incompatible with the defendant’s conviction as a principal of the underlying felony. State v. Hansen, 289 Neb. 478, 855 N.W.2d 777 (2014).
The word “profit” in this section means to make “returns, proceeds, or revenue” on a transaction. State v. Hansen, 289 Neb. 478, 855 N.W.2d 777 (2014).