It is claimed they knew police perjured
themselves at the trial of striking miners - but kept it secret.
Just because he didn't use the exact same words from his report does not mean the trooper perjured
himself, Eakin said.
The officers deny conspiring to pervert the course of justice and the witnesses deny giving perjured
When a prosecutor uses perjured
testimony to convict a criminal defendant, that criminal defendant's right to due process of law under the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S.
The report said they were convicted of murder because Pakistani authorities knowingly relied on perjured
testimony and ignored other leads, The Telegraph reports.
The bank said that the plaintiffs had failed to prove that they were harmed by its alleged practice of routinely submitting perjured
Evidence has been planted to incriminate him, Nathan and Natasha have perjured
themselves to frame him, and even his own actions have cast doubt on his innocence from time to time.
himself when he told a grand jury in June of 2008 that he had no memory of the shooting and could not identify his attacker.
It adds that the book "explores Clemens's use of banned substances, details his dalliances with women, and suggests that he may have perjured
himself while testifying before Congress."
Mr Kazi, a former imam at Leeds Prison, had falsified divorce papers and perjured
himself by falsely swearing a witness statement for a grant of divorce.
Bernstein replied, simply, "Yes." O'Reilly: "How did she break the law?" Bernstein: "She broke the law if, indeed, she perjured
Perhaps, in the future, he might discount the generally perjured
testimony of uncorroborated jail house snitches who speak with the thought of obtaining a better deal for himself.