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Re: Civil Trial Nuances vs Criminal Sentencing

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  • vivus_spartacus
    The Operative words are Civil and Criminal. They are two seperate venues. A Criminal Complaint must first be filed/lodged, and based on the weight of evidence
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 28, 2005
      The Operative words are Civil and Criminal. They are two seperate
      venues. A Criminal Complaint must first be filed/lodged, and based on
      the weight of evidence attached therein, the Prosecuting Att'y brings
      the Action to the Court w/ proper jurisdiction. --- In
      tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com, "gajd3" <gajd3@y...> wrote:
      > Dear Sir(s)/Mam(s):
      >
      > In a civil trial discovery deposition; if perjury is committed and
      > proved to be perjury such at the time of the trial? Does the judge
      > sentence the individual for perjury or does a criminal suit have to
      be
      > filed?
      >
      > Thank You
      >
      > GAJD3
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