a perjured witness

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English-Serbian dictionary. 2013.

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  • perjured — adj 1: guilty of perjury a perjured witness 2: marked by perjury perjured testimony Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • perjured — [pər joor′ē əspʉr′jərd] adj. 1. guilty of perjury [a perjured witness] 2. characterized by perjury [perjured testimony]: also perjurious [pər joor′ē əs] …   English World dictionary

  • WITNESS — (Heb. עֵד, one that has personal knowledge of an event or a fact. The evidence of at least two witnesses was required for convicting the accused (Num. 35:30; Deut. 17:6; 19:15; cf. I Kings 21:10, 13). Commercial transactions of importance took… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • be perjured — index bear false witness Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • bear false witness — I verb abrogate, affirm the contrary, apostatize, be deceitful, be devoid of truth, be dishonest, be erroneous, be faithless, be fallacious, be false, be forsworn, be fraudulent, be insincere, be mendacious, be perfidious, be perjured, be… …   Law dictionary

  • St. Oliver Plunket —     Blessed Oliver Plunket     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Blessed Oliver Plunket     [Editor s Note: St. Oliver Plunkett was canonized by Pope Paul VI on December 10, 1975.]     Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland, born at Loughcrew… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • CAPITAL PUNISHMENT — CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, the standard penalty for crime in all ancient civilizations. In the Bible Many of the crimes for which any biblical punishment is prescribed carry the death penalty. The three methods of executing criminals found in the Bible… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • per|jured — «PUR juhrd», adjective. 1. guilty of perjury: »a perjured witness. SYNONYM(S): forsworn. 2. characterized by or involving perjury: »perjured evidence …   Useful english dictionary

  • DETENTION — In the Bible The Torah does not recognize the use of imprisonment as a punishment for criminal offenses (see imprisonment ), but it explicitly mentions the placing of a person in detention as part of the procedure of making a legal determination… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Circumstantial evidence — For other uses, see Circumstantial Evidence (disambiguation). Circumstantial evidence is evidence in which an inference is required to connect it to a conclusion of fact, like a fingerprint at the scene of a crime. By contrast, direct evidence… …   Wikipedia

  • PERJURY — Witnesses are guilty of perjury if it is proved, by the evidence of at least two other competent and consistent witnesses, that they had not been present at the time and at the place where they had testified to have been when the event in issue… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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