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  • Yes, I suppose it would be perjury.
  • And perjure yourself?
  • Perjury!
  • I just mean: I’ve known and you’ve known many and many a case of perjury, just to annex some rotten little piece of real estate, and here where it’s a case of saving Paul from going to prison, I’d perjure myself black in the face."
  • I just mean: I’ve known and you’ve known many and many a case of perjury, just to annex some rotten little piece of real estate, and here where it’s a case of saving Paul from going to prison, I’d perjure myself black in the face."

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  • She was not found guilty of the theft, but was found guilty of perjury during her testimony to the grand jury.
  • She signed a written declaration under penalty of perjury.

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