subornation


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subornation

procuring a person to commit an offence, the most common being subornation of perjury.
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Captain K was cleared of any wrongdoing; however, (now) Airman Basic (AB) Calhoun was charged and convicted of obstruction of justice, subornation of perjury, and conspiracy to commit perjury.
(2) If the perjury, subornation of perjury, or witness bribery resulted in substantial interference with the administration of justice, increase by 3 levels.
A compter de cette date, d'ailleurs, le writ of attaint tombe rapidement en desuetude, sauf dans les cas de veritable subornation de jures (57).
Riek Machar, Pagan Amum, Deng Alor, among others, would have had their days in court and inevitably sentenced for corruption or in subornation in the Government and SPLM Party.
The preamble to the Act proclaimed its purpose to be the "prevention of many fraudulent practices which are commonly endeavoured to be upheld by perjury and subornation of perjury." The reason these were problematic is explained partly by then recent changes in the substantive law of contract and the lingering of older rules relating to evidence.
These responses reflect the idea that nomadic/semi-nomadic community is a patriarchal society where the domination of men and the subornation of women still exist.
There are too many stories of convictions obtained through subornation of perjury, through suppression of exculpatory evidence, and through the willful use of unreliable, wrongfully obtained confessions.
How can we be assured of an impartial look into every assertion of subornation when it is an accepted fact that one can buy one's way through any inquest, official or otherwise?
(266) Indeed, on July 29, 1964, a federal grand jury indicted Root and Forde on three counts of subornation of perjury and obstruction of justice.
(But shall it be, that you that set the crowne upon the head of this forgetfull man, and for his sake, wore the detested blot of murtherous subornation? shall it be, that you a world of curses vndergoe, being the agents, or base second meane, the cords, the ladder, or the hangman rather?
To address disputes among creditors, Professor Feibelman draws upon the doctrines of lender liability, particularly equitable subornation and fraudulent transfer.