false evidence

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This false evidence (for in reality he had been much the forwarder of the two) stung me to the quick, and raised an indignation scarce conceivable by those who have not felt it.
Finally, the confession, at the very moment when the case was hopelessly muddled by the false evidence given by Nikolay through melancholy and fanaticism, and when, moreover, there were no proofs against the real criminal, no suspicions even (Porfiry Petrovitch fully kept his word) --all this did much to soften the sentence.
Committee recommends the law related to false evidence under Sections 194 and 211 of PPC needs to be strengthened
Croatian prosecutors charged the Real Madrid midfielder last week with giving false evidence during the multi-million-euro corruption trial of former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic in Croatia.
It was November 8, 2017 when the AC had deleted this charge from the charge sheets of Maryam Nawaz and Captain Safdar after accepting the arguments of Maryam's counsel Amjad Pervez who had contended that section 30 of the national accountability ordinance (NAO) prohibits the court from taking cognizance of the offences relating to false evidence etc before making decision of the case.
The bill also suggests a six-month imprisonment or a Rs50,000 fine or both for those providing false evidence of moon-sighting.
He is claiming that a key prosecution witness has admitted giving false evidence in court after being "coached" by police.
American hackers could have planted false evidence that Russia interfered in the U.
Having seen the one-game suspension lifted twice already, he was then hit with the 48-week ban on the grounds that he "gave deliberately false evidence and deliberately misled the hearing" on May 4.
Another reform could be to enhance the penalties for knowingly making a false allegation or presenting false evidence to the court, such as by making the penalty for presenting false testimony comparable to the penalty the falsely accused faced.
Tilon Carter, 37, filed a late appeal to the court Monday claiming the prosecution used false evidence at trial that the victim, 89-year-old James Tomlin, died partially from being smothered.
A CARDIFF man who was jailed for making up false evidence to beat a money-laundering charge has failed in an appeal against his five-year sentence.