Thesaurus / perjury

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In 2019, the board recommended police agencies drop a requirement that people identify themselves and sign their complaints under penalty of perjury, which has a chilling effect.

These were sworn testimonials of what people saw, statements subject to perjury.

For Murphy, Nielsen’s untruths in front of Congress amounted to potential perjury — a criminal charge.

He demanded the journalists “immediately correct the record” and included two depositions attesting under penalty of perjury that the version of the document NBC 7 published was doctored.

San Diego’s district attorney could also choose to press charges that might be related to safeguarding public funds or perjury.

Or, this affirmation you make and give upon the peril of the penalty of perjury.

A short history of Rhode IslandGeorge Washington Greene

Your application is to have her committed for perjury, of course?

The Queen of HeartsWilkie Collins

Men were put in the pillory for perjury, libel, and the like.

Lord John RussellStuart J. Reid

He admits that every store-keeper would be guilty of perjury every time he made a report.

As he had not been put upon his oath, he had not been guilty of perjury; he was discharged amidst the hootings of the mob.

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