For example, Martha Stewart was pilloried at the time of her 2004 perjury trial for carrying a Birkin Bag to court with her.
Both resulted in criminal convictions, including one count of perjury when the impersonator testified.
His retention may indicate any federal case could revolve around more than the perjury and obstruction charges.
Meaning that it is filed under penalty of perjury if the facts in the case are false.
I will swear it is all true, and if you find a fault, you can accuse me of perjury.
The whole business was provocative of fraud and perjury and bribery.
But the alarm must soon have worn out had it only been supported by perjury.
All that the witnesses swore on my behalf was strictly true, for I would much rather die than be the occasion of perjury.
Men were put in the pillory for perjury, libel, and the like.
The writer once tried a case where the defendant was a Hebrew named Bauman, charged with perjury.
late 14c., "act of swearing to a statement known to be false," via Anglo-French perjurie (late 13c.) and Old French parjurée "perjury, false witness," both from Latin periurium "a false oath," from periurare "swear falsely," from per- "away, entirely" (see per) + iurare "to swear" (see jury (n.)). Related: Perjurious.