false statement


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A false statement, on the stranger's part, without any intelligible reason for making it?
Far from showing any astonishment, he will boldly tell you that you have been duped by a deliberately false statement of facts, invented and set afloat, in her own guilty interests, by Mrs.
But one false statement was made by Barrymore at the inquest.
Trefusis objected that the epitaph was untrue, and said that he did not see why tombstones should be privileged to publish false statements.
noting affirmative misrepresentation such as false statement on customs
The woman's husband, aged 59, has been charged with transporting the money, making a false statement and conspiring to make false statements.
In other words, where a false statement is made under circumstances involving culpable conduct by an employee that leads to a corporate tax understatement, the employee's culpable conduct will be attributed to his or her employer.
SSP Islamabad Tahir Alam gave a false statement in the Supreme Court about my absconding from the country.
If convicted, the defendant faces a maximum sentence of 10 years imprisonment for the naturalization fraud count and five years imprisonment for each of the false statement counts.
The couple's daughter, 46, faces five charges of making a false statement, and a 19-year-old man faces two counts of making a false statement
His wife, 70-year-old Jean Tyrrell, was also summonsed to face three counts of making a false statement.
Under common law, three elements are required to prove fraud: a material false statement made with an intent to deceive (scienter), a victim's reliance on the statement and damages.