Friday, February 02, 2007

Another perjury case in the W.D. Va.

Chief Judge Jones of the W.D. Va. mostly affirmed the defendant's convictions for perjury and obstruction of justice in U.S. v. Long, while striking the conviction on one of the perjury counts as "multiplicitous."

One thing I sometimes hear from clients is why aren't more people prosecuted for perjury, when it seems like someone is lying in their case, if not every case?

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