Perjury
Perjury, also known as forswearing, is the intentional act of swearing a false oath or of falsifying an affirmation to tell the truth, whether spoken or in writing, concerning matters material to an o...
Jeff Session perjury investigation could prove tricky for accusers - Washington Times
A perjury investigation could be the next hurdle faced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, with Democrats and civil liberties groups unimpressed by his decision to recuse himself from any investigation...
Police Say Ryan Lochte, Swimmers Lied About Alleged Robbery
Rio police said on Thursday that four U.S. Olympic swimmers who claimed they were robbed at gunpoint fabricated their story to cover up for a drunken night that ended with them vandalizing a gas stati...
Nix v. Whiteside
Nix v. Whiteside, 475 U.S. 157 (1986) was a United States Supreme Court decision that dealt with the effective assistance of counsel during a criminal trial.
Before his trial for murder, the defen...
Perjury Act 1911
The Perjury Act 1911 (1 & 2 Geo 5 c 6) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It creates the offence of perjury and a number of similar offences.This Act has effect as if section 89 of...
Herbert Porter
Herbert L. Porter was a campaign aide to U.S. President Richard M. Nixon. On January 28, 1974, Porter pleaded guilty to the charge of lying to the FBI during the early stages of the Watergate investig...
Leonis C. Malburg
Leonis C. Malburg (born April 4, 1929) is the former mayor of Vernon, California, and the grandson of one of the city's co-founders, John B. (J.B.) Leonis. He joined the Vernon city council in 1956 an...
Police perjury
Police perjury (or testilying in United States police slang) is the act of a police officer giving false testimony. It is typically used in a criminal trial to "make the case" against a defendant who ...
Edward Turberville
Edward Turberville or Turbervile (c. 1648 – 1681) was a Welsh informer, who perjured himself in support of the allegations of a Popish Plot.
His father was from Sker, Glamorganshire. Edward Turber...
Marcus Einfeld
Marcus Richard Einfeld (born 22 September 1938) is an Australian former justice of the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Courts of New South Wales, Western Australia and the Australian Capita...
R v Carroll
R v Carroll (2002) 213 CLR 635; [2002] HCA 55 is a decision of the High Court of Australia which unanimously upheld a Queensland appellate court’s decision to stay an indictment for perjury as...
Richard Helms, early career
Richard Helms (1913-2002) started his career as a journalist, but then entered the intelligence field. He served in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during the war, and after in the Central Inte...
Richard Helms, early career - Wikipedia
Edward Fitzharris
Edward Fitzharris (1648?-1681) was an Anglo-Irish conspirator. His prosecution at the time of the Popish Plot hoax became a struggle for jurisdiction involving the courts and the two Houses of Parliam...
Perjury in Nigeria
Perjury is the name of an offence under the Criminal Code (which is applicable in the Southern states of Nigeria). The offence of false evidence under the Penal Code (which is applicable in the Northe...
Dennis Levine
Dennis B. Levine (born August 1952) was a prominent player in merger and acquisition business and the Wall Street insider trading scandals of the mid-1980s. As a managing director at Drexel Burnham La...
Perjury Act 1728
The Perjury Act 1728 (2 Geo 2 c 25) was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain.So much of this Act as related to the stealing or taking by robbery any orders or other securities therein enumerated ...
Noah W. Cross
Noah Webster Cross (October 3, 1908 – November 22, 1976) was a controversial Democratic sheriff from Ferriday in Concordia Parish in eastern Louisiana, who served from July 1, 1944 until July 19...
John Waller (perjurer)
John Waller, a highwayman and perjurer, was sentenced to a jail term and pillory in 1732 after giving false information to the courts, from which he benefited financially. He was killed while in the p...
John Waller (perjurer) - Wikipedia
Muneo Suzuki
Muneo Suzuki (鈴木 宗男 Suzuki Muneo, born 31 January 1948) is a Japanese politician from Ashoro, Hokkaidō. He is typically referred to as "Muneo", because his last name, "Suzuki", is one of the most comm...
Tzachi Hanegbi
Yitzhak "Tzachi" Hanegbi (Hebrew: יצחק "צחי" הנגבי‎, born 26 February 1957) is a prominent Israeli politician and security expert. He has served as Minister of Justice, Minister of Internal Secu...
Tzachi Hanegbi - Wikipedia
Jeffrey Archer
Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (born 15 April 1940) is an English author and former politician.Before becoming an author, Archer was a Member of Parliament (1969–74), but res...
Jeffrey Archer - Wikipedia
Dwight Chapin
Dwight Lee Chapin (born December 2, 1940) is an American political organizer, businessman, and retired public servant. He was Deputy Assistant to the President Richard M. Nixon, during the Watergate s...
Wu Shu-chen
Wu Shu-chen or Wu Shu-jen (traditional Chinese: 吳淑珍; simplified Chinese: 吴淑珍; pinyin: Wú Shūzhēn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ngô Siok-tin; born July 11, 1953 in Madou, Tainan County (now part of Tain...
Wu Shu-chen - Wikipedia
Barry Bonds perjury case
The Barry Bonds perjury case was a case of alleged perjury regarding use of anabolic steroids by former San Francisco Giants outfielder and all-time Major League Baseball career home run leader, Barry...
Barry Bonds perjury case - Wikipedia
Du Jun
Du Jun (simplified Chinese: 杜军; traditional Chinese: 杜軍; pinyin: Dù Jūn) is a Chinese businessman and financier with origins in Beijing. He was known for his role as former managing direct...