The casual, everyday use of the word, "involved," vs. a legal definition of how a person may be "involved" as either a perpetrator, a principal, a victim, or as a witness, is often discussed with the venire in my jury selections. That is because the State will often attempt to make the usages equivocal . . . when they are not. For instance, one can merely be present at an event wherein a crime is committed by others, and even know that it is going to be committed, and without more, that person is not guilty of anything.