Ferdinand) Topacio, to undertake a massive evidence fabrication including subornation of perjury
against me, in order to actualize Duterte's obsessive and vindictive agenda to lock me up in jail,' she said.
Santa Maria, 72, of 25 Blue Bell Road, was placed on probation last month after admitting to sufficient facts for guilty findings on related charges of witness intimidation, attempted subornation of perjury
2) If the perjury, subornation of perjury
, or witness bribery resulted in substantial interference with the administration of justice, increase by 3 levels.
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.
15) A military court, citing federal cases, recounted a very similar list, including "perjury, subornation of perjury
, false statement, fraud, swindling, forgery, bribery, false pretenses, and embezzlement.
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.
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.
After the scandal broke, Morris told the grand jury, he did some polling and learned that the public was most concerned about obstruction of justice and subornation of perjury
, and not whether Clinton had simply engaged in a sexual affair outside his marriage.
The original Conference Report makes the link between Rule 609(a)(2) and the crimina falsi explicit, defining the phrase "crimes involving dishonesty or false statement" as "crimes such as perjury, subornation of perjury
, false statements, criminal fraud, embezzlement, or false pretense, or any other offense in the nature of crimen falsi, the commission of which involves some element of deceit, untruthfulness, or falsification bearing on the accused's propensity to testify truthfully.
In Section III, I show what the federal subornation of perjury
statute and the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility require prosecutors to do in response to testilying.