People think the police can not lie, they do, they can, they are free citizens, if someone
lies it is common and ignored in modern times, unless to a direct and urgent demand:
Is that the man who lost his pants, yes/no. Lies can be a felony to a P.D. etc. Charges
can be dropped for thousands of reasons: The only witness changed his story, he was
actually home watching Opra. That witness was then destroyed and the case was dropped because of no credibility and the motive to make a couch potato lie was probable.
The prosecutor may still want a trial in a serious or repetitive case.
you get asked if you lied about the sexual assault and then if you admit it, the will ask the person you lied about if they want to press charges one you. if they do you will go to jail or juvie.
tell someone the truth such as your lawyer or just go to the police station and tell them what happen, you shouyldn't just sit there and do nothing while someone suffers from your lie
Once and it wasn't assault. It was consensual sex. He lied about it and that is what got him into trouble. It was perjury which is illegal.
As long as the sex was between consenting adults, no, unfortunately. (If so, 80% of all males would be guilty ... LOL!)
He did not, he finished his time of presidency.
The glorious act of "teabagging"
He did go to a congress trial but he won.
If i was being lied to by my girlfriend I would give her another chance just to prove she won't lie and if you find out she lied to you again then i would move on to someone else cause knowone likes being lied to. Kitcat0419
dont know, someone lied to me
They promise to spare Mary's life for a year
If you are found not guilty you have the option of suing them in civil court for damages.
If you lied under oath, then yes. You could be charged with perjury.
Bill Clinton lied under Oath. The impeachment was NOT about the sexual affair he had, but that he LIED -- he committed perjury. By the way, he was not removed from office, though impeached.
u cant someone lied about that.
Then tell them them the truth and make an excuse of why you lied
never if its deep inside the heart.
If it affected the outcome of the case, you can appeal the case.
The applicant lied on the application.
The person with the bench warrant will have to appear before the court. The person who lied may be charged with perjury.
Lied to who? How serious an assault? Lied under what circumstances? More information is needed.[Questioner supplied information responding to the above was moved to the discussion page].ADDED: If your withdrawal of the complaint is legitimate - you were right in wanting to save your husband from the result of an emotionally-driven report. Unfortunately there is no way to guess at what might occur when you disclose your information. A lot of legal resources were mobilized to assist you in response to your 'false' report. In my experience you will probably be questioned very closely by the judge as he tries to determine whether or not you are being pressured to take this action.
it can if they find that you lied about your car being stolen.
Find someone better.
they say he did really bad things but you never know because someone could frame him someone could of just lied
That person could be sued and depending on the importance of the lie, he may be taken to prison.
No. They shouldn't be and they aren't. If someone told you they are, then they lied.