Michigan's Perjury Law Explained


This article was written by Michigan Judge Warren and addresses the court's power to sanction witnesses who commit perjury. Recently, a judge in a different county all together referenced this Warren article during a pretrial. The judge had surmised that our defense may require the defendant’s testimony, and I suppose this was a bit of a warning to us that this judge agreed with Warren, and that our client would face consequences if he committed perjury during the trial.

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