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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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prosecuting subornation of perjury, even if the government has already
Clinton claimed Morris volunteered to poll but did not deny learning that the public was concerned with obstruction of justice or subornation of perjury.
Consider the federal subornation of perjury statute; 18 U.
It also used the assassination and subornation of judicial personnel to avoid prosecution.
The Petite case involved a defendant's prosecution for the subornation of perjury of two witnesses whose testimony was also relied upon in another federal prosecution in which the defendant was indicted.
There is likely to be evidence of perjury and of subornation of perjury by the president.
You can't turn a blind eye to possible charges of obstruction of justice and subornation of perjury by the Leader of the Free World.
Well, if the gun buyer actually did something as stupid as dragging the shot suspect inside and planting a kitchen knife in his hand, and the shooter said "I did it because Joe's Gun Shop told me to," an aggressive DA absolutely can get the gun dealer indicted for subornation of perjury.
Additionally, one charge relates to subornation of perjury and obstruction of justice.
was placed on probation for one year in Central District Court after admitting to sufficient facts for guilty findings on charges of witness intimidation, attempted subornation of perjury and two counts of conspiracy.
15) A military court, citing federal cases, recounted a very similar list, including "perjury, subornation of perjury, false statement, fraud, swindling, forgery, bribery, false pretenses, and embezzlement.
Crimen falsi, according to the better opinion, does not include all offenses which involve a charge of untruthfulness, but only such as injuriously affect the administration of public justice, such as perjury, subornation of perjury, suppression of testimony by bribery or conspiracy, to procure the absence of a witness, or to accuse one wrongfully of a crime, or barratry, or the like.