questioning under oath

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The direction of the case took a turn against Mayweather last week, when the judge issued a ruling ordering him to pay about $114,000 in legal fees and costs for avoiding questioning under oath from Pacquiao's lawyers.
Lord Justice Leveson is widely expected to call the premier for questioning under oath about his dealings with senior media executives such as Rupert Murdoch.
The judge also found that "harassment" seemed at least part of Chevron's motive for serving E-LAW Executive Director Bern Johnson with a legal order that required him to submit to a day of questioning under oath by Chevron lawyers.
During questioning under oath, al Qosi admitted that while he provided
We were shocked that Kat failed to avail herself to questioning under oath.
They said: "We were shocked and dismayed that Kat failed to avail herself to questioning under oath by using her right to remain exactly what transpired on that morning.
They said:"Wewere shocked and dismayed that Kat failed to avail herself to questioning under oath, by using her right to remain silent, so we will never know exactly what transpired on that morning.
At the same time, legal treatises and other sources in use at the time of the framing of the Bill of Rights declared incriminating questioning under oath an improper method of interrogation.