In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- If a judgment has been obtained by perjured evidence remedies are available to the aggrieved party.
- In other words, he lied, or perjured himself through giving inaccurate information about his assets.
- I want to make it clear that my evidence was not perjured.
- The statute was intended to combat the numbers of cases of perjured evidence in cases relating to land by requiring written, rather than oral, evidence of contracts.
- Three judges found that the detectives repeatedly lied under oath and the court found that they had perjured themselves.
- The cases show that one of those exceptional circumstances arises when a judgment has been procured by the perjured evidence of a party in a material particular.
- Once unmasked, he admitted he had perjured himself.
- I take into account the fact your perjured evidence wasn't accepted by the jury, as they plainly rejected your account of self-defence.
- The proposition assumes that the witness is going to perjure himself or herself.
- If they perjure themselves they can go to jail and forfeit all retirement pay and allowances.
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