subornation


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subornation

procuring a person to commit an offence, the most common being subornation of perjury.
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118) To be convicted for subornation of perjury under [section] 1622,
They include channeled chat rooms, reincarnation, telekinesis, arrogance, righteousness, self-deception and/or lying in reporting religious belief and practice, a presumption to special treatment, lack of tolerance, harsh judgment of the moral possibilities of nonbelievers, and susceptibility to subornation for political purposes, that is, "a quick-and-dirty way of getting everybody on the same meta-bandwidth .
After the scandal broke, Morris told the grand jury, he did some polling and learned that the public was most concerned about obstruction of justice and subornation of perjury, and not whether Clinton had simply engaged in a sexual affair outside his marriage.
In preparation for the accused's second GCM (for subornation of perjury), circuit trial counsel visits NCIS offices and inspects their files.
British-Saudi commission), collapsed when the British representative charged his Saudi counterpart with subornation of tribal witnesses.
We are prepared to charge you with perjury, obstruction of justice, subornation of perjury, witness tampering and conspiracy," he announced bleakly.
Until Parks took over as chief, no one ever held officers routinely accountable for sexual battery, drug use, subornation of perjury, theft, domestic violence and excessive force.
In Section III, I show what the federal subornation of perjury statute and the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility require prosecutors to do in response to testilying.
The cautious Watergate grand jury report provides a study in contrasts with the recently issued Starr Report, which is laden with unambiguous assertions that President Clinton committed felonies, including perjury, subornation of perjury, and obstruction of justice.
The sums of money that facilitate subornation are staggering.
Questions about my understanding of the term `sexual relations' as I understood it to be defined at my January 17, 1998 deposition, and questions concerning alleged subornation of perjury, obstruction of justice and the intimidation of witnesses.
And they told me that Janet Reno had sanctioned Ken Starr to investigate my actions in the Paula Jones case, that they knew that I had signed a false affidavit, they had me on tape saying I had committed pe rjury that I could go to jail for 27 years, they were going to charge me with perjury and obstruction of justice and subornation of perjury and witness tampering and something else.