subornation


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subornation

procuring a person to commit an offence, the most common being subornation of perjury.
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2) If the perjury, subornation of perjury, or witness bribery resulted in substantial interference with the administration of justice, increase by 3 levels.
92) A federal Board of Land commissioners created in 1812 found "incredible forgeries, fraud, subornation and perjuries" in Illinois.
Any conservative who wonders why blacks' perceived self-interest veers so often in the direction of power rather than law has only to consult the many ways in which, for a century after the Civil War, the "rule of law" was used as an excuse for the routine subornation of natural rights and civil justice.
Ce demier croyait que toute intervention nuirait aux chances des liberaux provinciaux lors des elections de 1938 en Saskatchewan, mais il n'etait pas bien dispose a l'egard d'Aberhart, comme il l'a indique dans son journal le 1er octobre 1935 : << J'estime qu'Aberhart devrait etre pendu pour subornation et corruption >>.
1622 that condemns subornation, that is, inducing another to commit perjury.
Although the IHT initially considered providing such access to the private defense bar, the conduct of the privately retained defense attorneys during the course of the Ad-Dujayl trial, which included allegations of witness intimidation, the subornation of perjury, and releasing the names of individuals associated with the IHT on an insurgent website, www.
In the weeks, months, and years that followed, they would have to deal with official misconduct at the highest levels of the federal government, including destruction of evidence, altering of evidence, "loss" of evidence, obstruction of justice, lying, perjury, subornation of perjury, and threats and intimidation directed at them and their witnesses.
Myers is scheduled to go to trial in January on a 22-count federal indictment that alleges skimming, money laundering, concealing assets in the Burchwood bankruptcy proceeding, subornation of perjury and perjury for his actions in connection with the Burchwood Harbor Apartments.
Forcefully advocated by late Paramount Leader Deng Xiaoping, the subornation of military to national developmental priorities occasionally led to heated internal debates on the direction of economic reform or the scope of infrastructure development.
3(d)(2) (identifying client perjury, subornation of perjury, and perpetration of fraud on the SEC as warranting the revelation of confidential information by an attorney), with MODEL RULES OF PROF'L CONDUCT R.
This seems to me a bit harsh, for Morris was hardly responsible for political dilemmas of cooptation, subornation, "iron laws of oligarchy," and the insular complacency of wealthy capitalist democracies.
The state supreme court affirmed the decision, concluding that "the subornation of perjury by an attorney and/or the intentional concealment of documents by an attorney are actions which constitute extrinsic fraud.