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Answer A person who knowingly gives false testimony in court is guilty of the crime of perjury. Even if the person has not been deposed or sworn… in the traditional sense, the law presumes all such testimony given to be done so under oath and under the penalty of perjury. Perjury is a serious offense and if found guilty the person can be incarcerated and/or fined under state or federal law. Under federal guidelines if convicted the penalty is a maximum of 5 years in a federal facility and a $5,000 fine. States establish their own laws concerning the offense.
Giving false testimony is called perjury under the law. In most jurisdictions perjury is a felony that is punishable by years in prison and large fines.
Yes, Absolutely. Giving any kind of false information in court is a big No No and will cost you so jail time.
Not usually, unless it can be proved that by so doing it was done to further a criminal intent, or to carry out a criminal offense.
I'm sure its not, if you are trying to register for a website I'm not sure but if your emailing someone its definitely not.
Nope--it's public information. Now, to TAKE their mail without consent IS illegal.
Questionable. Technically you're committing a minor type of fraud.
It is against the law to KNOWINGLY expose someone to the HIV virus. That means if you have unprotected sex with someone who had no idea they were carrying the virus, the…n no offense has been commited.
In Ohio can you notarize a court document for someone you're in a relationship with or who lives at your same address?
All states Notary Public laws are different but if the person is not related to you - you probably are legally able to do so. HOWEVER - this may not be the wisest thing …to do especially if the document is challenged later.
is it illegal for someone to obtain an email that was not addresses to them?
If you are asking if you can sue them for slander, or libel, in civil court, it IS possible but contact an attorney to assess your possibility of being able to successfully mo…ve ahead with it.
If you are doing it without premission, and with the intent to mislead or defraud, yes.
That's the attorneys job, isn't it?
No, it is not illegal to give someones phone number and address, although it may be inconsiderate to do so if you are giving this information to someone from whom the person i…n question would rather not hear. In general, the concept of free speech, which is constitutionally protected, allows things like this.
It is probably a bad thing to do but there are few cases where giving a false address is prohibited by a statute. Providing a false address is a good sign that you intend to …avoid payment if possible. At some later time when you end up in court for non payment of the debt, the court will have a dim view of your actions. There are some jurisdictions and some specific debts where it is illegal to fail to provide accurate information. Play it safe and give your correct details.
You need to use a real address on the application because that is where the bills will go to. Worse come to worst, rent a post office box for yourself and use that address.