Perjury

Perjury,

Definition of Perjury:

  1. The offense of willfully telling an untruth in a court after having taken an oath or affirmation.

  2. Criminal offense of knowingly giving false or misleading ■■■■ or written evidence under oath, punishable with imprisonment and/or fine. Making a false assertion in a statutory declaration, or in accounting or financial statements, may also be considered perjury.

Synonyms of Perjury

Lying under oath, Violation of an oath, Giving false evidence, Giving false testimony, Bearing false testimony, Bearing false witness, Forswearing oneself, Making false statements, Wilful falsehood, Artfulness, Coloring, Confabulation, Craftiness, Credibility gap, Deceitfulness, Disingenuousness, Distortion, Equivocation, Exaggeration, False coloring, False swearing, Falseheartedness, Falsification, Falsifying, Forswearing, Fraud, Insincerity, Intrigue, Lying, Mendaciousness, Mendacity, Miscoloring, Misconstruction, Misrepresentation, Misstatement, ■■■■■■■■■■, Prevarication, Sharp practice, Straining, Uncandidness, Uncandor, Unfrankness, Unsincereness, Untruthfulness

How to use Perjury in a sentence?

  1. He claimed two witnesses at his trial had committed perjury.

Meaning of Perjury & Perjury Definition

Perjury,

Perjury Definition:

The crime of knowingly lying (with the intention of influencing the outcome of a case) in court after taking an oath or announcing a law. He is closely linked to and often involved in the misuse of justice, which is technically a life sentence in the UK. The false word comes from the Latin fergarium, which means jury, similar to jury, which comes from jury, which means to swear.

Perjury means, Deliberate misinformation about material matters under false accusations in false proceedings.

Offense of perjury under oath.

Meanings of Perjury

  1. The crime of deliberately appearing in court after taking an oath or giving a legal statement

Sentences of Perjury

  1. Alleged that two witnesses in his case made a mistake.

Perjury,

Perjury:

  1. Perjury means: The crime of intentionally lying in court (with the intention of influencing the outcome of a case) after taking an oath or announcing the law. This is closely, and often explicitly, a crime of abuse of law, which is technically linked to life imprisonment in the UK. The word lie comes from the Latin perjury, which means lie, like jury, which comes from jury, which means to swear.

  2. False testimony The desire to misrepresent an important fact under oath.

Meanings of Perjury

  1. Oath of intentional lying or perjury.

Sentences of Perjury

  1. It was alleged that two witnesses erred in their trial.

Perjury,

Perjury Definition:

  • The crime of deliberately lying in court after taking an oath or declaring the law (with the intention of influencing the outcome of the case). It is closely linked to the crime of abuse of law, and often implies it, which is technically linked to life imprisonment in the UK. The word perjury comes from the Latin word perjury, which means to lie, as well as jury, which comes from jurare, which means to swear.

  • Definition of Perjury: The willingness to make false statements about important facts under oath is false testimony

Meanings of Perjury

  1. An offense under the oath of intentional lying or perjury.

Sentences of Perjury

  1. Allegedly, two witnesses gave false testimony in his trial.