false swearing

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Even then, the respondent could get a timely hearing, and the petitioner would be subject to charges of perjury or false swearing - a much higher price than the deprivation of the right to bear arms while the case was pending.
The benchmark for penance for false swearing has been set at Rs1000.
Kane, 50, the first woman and first Democrat ever elected Pennsylvania attorney general, was convicted in August on charges of perjury, false swearing, obstruction of justice, official oppression and conspiracy.
8, 2016 a jury found Bart guilty of conspiring to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit false swearing in an immigration matter, conspiracy to commit fraud in foreign labor contracting, and conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud.
In New Jersey, he now faces third-degree false public alarm, fourth-degree false swearing and fictitious report to law enforcement.
This article is a catch-all provision that prohibits offenses, such as adultery and false swearing, that are not specifically defined by Congress in other punitive articles.
His two-pronged complaint against the prolific boob-tube pontificator accuses her of false swearing and fraud.
Two grounds upon which a denial may be effective are misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact, and false swearing.
On the regulatory front, NDIA vigorously opposed a proposed rule that would have required contractors to certify, under penalty of criminal liability for false swearing, that they have complied with all federal and state labor, employment, tax, environmental, anti-trust, and consumer protection laws for a period of three years prior to being awarded any contract.
The stories that wind themselves about the controversy are filled with erudite reasoning, false swearing, folly, political maneuvering and mystery.
For the most serious, "willful" violations, an elected official could face a charge of false swearing, a misdemeanor crime punishable by a maximum fine of $6,250 and up to a year in jail.