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Suborn

To encourage perjury through bribery, coercion, or any other means. Like perjury itself, subornation is illegal in practically every jurisdiction.
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A prosecutor who suborned perjury or withheld exculpatory evidence in order to win a case was regarded as a shameful figure and an embarrassment to the law.
'Some ad-hoc staff became suborned by politicians, considering that they are not permanent staff of the Commission and with a lot of them susceptible to the temptation of immediate gratification for a day's work without consideration for the consequences.'
It's against the law to suborn perjury, and Congress could consider it an impeachable offence.
Now, nearly half a century later, a determined effort is being made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to suborn the independence and integrity of the civil service.
of 25 Blue Bell Road was arraigned Wednesday afternoon in Central District Court on charges of intimidation of a witness, attempting to suborn perjury and two counts of conspiracy.
He was arraigned Wednesday on charges of intimidation of a witness, attempting to suborn perjury and two counts of conspiracy and was released on $10,000 cash bail.
The Duchess later had to pay pounds 25,000 to her stepmother, who sued for libel, slander and conspiracy to suborn perjury.
One witness told the FBI that Manafort was trying to "suborn perjury," prosecutors said.
was charged Wednesday with two counts of conspiracy, intimidation of a witness and attempt to suborn perjury.
Jan 16: Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr gets permission from a three-judge panel to expand his investigation of President Clinton's business dealings to include whether an effort was made to suborn a false statement from Ms Lewinsky.
of 22 Blue Bell Road, was arraigned Wednesday afternoon in Central District Court on charges of intimidation of a witness, attempting to suborn perjury and two counts of conspiracy.
The question is not so much whether, legally, he is guilty of perjury, attempting to suborn witnesses, conceal evidence or abuse his position of power.