falsely testify

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De Lima, who has always maintained her innocence from all the politically-motivated drug charges against her, called on Ragos and other co-accused, Ronnie Dayan, to resist pressures to falsely testify against her.
De Lima called on Ragos and another co-accused, Ronnie Dayan, to "resist" pressures to falsely testify against her.
De Lima, who has maintained her innocence from all the politically motivated drug charges against her, called on Ragos and other co-accused, Ronnie Dayan, to resist pressures to falsely testify against her.
Meanwhile, those who force others to falsely testify in court could be handed up to three years in jail under amendments approved to the Penal Code and referred to the King for ratification.
Instead, police officers, the prosecutor, and the actual abductors intimidated Cardenas and forced him to falsely testify that Pulido was the perpetrator.
But the officer later said his testimony was a mistake that could not be scientifically supported and the prosecutor pressured him to falsely testify.
Kellner was charged with giving a boynot the boy who addressed the court, but another alleged victim$10,000 to falsely testify he had been abused by Lebovits and of threatening to bring more victims forward unless the Lebovits family paid him $400,000.
The show included an interview with a man, called only Pyotr, who claimed he was forced to falsely testify that Berezovsky faced a security service plot to kill him if he returned to Russia.
For example, where a high-ranking member of a street gang is charged with a crime, a subordinate might falsely testify to his own guilt to exonerate the defendant, either out of loyalty or out of fear.
Not even proof of the alleged billions of pesos I allegedly received; not even after Aguirre announced in public that I allegedly had hundreds of millions of pesos in banks; and certainly not after he attempted - and failed - to force former employees to falsely testify against me.