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Asked in Criminal Law
If a person commits perjury during a family court hearing who brings the charges against that person to court?
When a person commits perjury in any court, including family court, the DA will being charges. In some cases, the judge will bring the charges against the person and sentence the person to jail. ...
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Criminal Law
How long do you have to fill criminal charges against a states attorney for committing perjury?
As a private individual you cannot 'file' criminal charges against anyone. You can attempt to bring the facts to the attention of the prosecutor's superiors - if you can present enough proof, perhaps they will institute a charge of perjury. HOWEVER you can file a civil suit against the prosecutor for false or malicious prosecution. ...
Asked in State Laws, DIY Projects
How do you get a District Attorney to press purjury charges against someone how purgers themselves?
You can get a District Attorney to press perjury charges but you have to report the person to the office. If you call or go to the DA's office, they will instruct you how to proceed. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Bill Clinton
Who replace Willam J Clinton after his impeachmean?
No one. Impeachment means that formal charges are filed against the president by the U.S. House of Representatives. But Clinton was not convicted of perjury or obstruction charges by the U.S. Senate. ...
Asked in Child Support, Criminal Law
Can perjury charges be brought against someone for lying in court to get more in child support?
Lying under oath is a big 'no-no' and the judge MIGHT consider it perjury. I would file a motion for a re-hearing and bring the evidence to the judge's attention. ...
Asked in US Constitution
What was the result of Bill Clinton's trial in the Senate?
President Clinton was acquitted of both perjury and obstruction of justice charges in his trial in the U.S. Senate. The vote was 55-45 against conviction on the perjury charge on 50-50 on the obstruction of justice charge. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Bill Clinton
What happened to president Clinton as a result of the investigations into his guestionble behavior and charges of perjury?
He was frowned upon; that's about it. He was acquitted of both the perjury and the obstruction of justice charges. (... and the U.S. Presidency lost a little of its altitude that day.) ...
Asked in History of France, French Revolution
What were the 33 charges against Louis xvI?
We don´t know entirerly all of the 33 charges , but all of the 33 charges that were ploted against him were all the things he had done, he also had to accept the constitution he hated, for eg p<loting against the revolutin , trying to run away. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
In what way did Monica Lewinsky cause controversy in American politics?
Monica Lewinsky testified that she had sexual encounters with Bill Clinton, while he was serving as President. Clinton denied having a relationship with her, which resulted in charges of perjury against him. These charges resulted in Clinton's impeachment ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution, Bill Clinton
Did President Clinton really got convicted of charges of perjury and obstruction of justice in 1999?
No. There was a trial but he was not convicted.
Asked in US Presidents
Which presidents had impeachment charges brought against them?
In 1868, Andrew Johnson was found not guilty of violating the Tenure of Office Act. In 1999, Bill Clinton was found not guilty of perjury, obstruction of justice and malfeasance in office. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Criminal Law, Lawyers
Can the district attorney put charges on me for a lie after your case is dismiss?
If you lied under oath, then yes. You could be charged with perjury.
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Criminal Law, US Constitution
Who files perjury charges if a person has been proven to lie under oath in a deposition?
In the case of a criminal trial, the prosecutor's office. In the case of a civil trial, a motion for the charge of perjury is presented to the judge in the case, and he rules on it. ...