suborn


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procure (false testimony or perjury)

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induce to commit perjury or give false testimony

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Where English nationalists see an attempt by Brussels to suborn democracy, Mr Corbyn spies a vicious capitalist plot against the working classes.
"I encountered and am aware of information and intelligence that revealed contacts and interactions between Russian officials and US persons involved in the Trump campaign that I was concerned about because of known Russian efforts to suborn such individuals," Brennan told lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee.
A senior Southeast Asian diplomat explained to me that China is using money and pressure to "suborn" countries in the region.
Fearing that European pressure will only grow as Israel's government rejects efforts to end its occupation activities, AIPAC (Washington's pro-Israel lobby) made it a legislative priority to suborn the US government making it a defender of Israel's settlement policies.
Santa Maria guilty of attempting to suborn perjury and placed him on probation until Nov.
The enormous profitability of these drugs enabled smugglers to recruit, suborn and intimidate people throughout the bridge-state societies: government officials, lawyers, working men and women.
Levy's refusal to enter into discussions with his own player suggests he is trying to ride out the storm this summer, and with the protection of the three years remaining on Bale's contract he has suitable foundations on which to build his suborn stance.
In any case, removing a warlord requires that the national government possess specific information about the network of patronage and be willing to suborn the important members of that network.
Kenny's lifestyle and petty convictions prove to be the first nail in the coffin; tragic irony also contributes in the form of a female policeman, Nancy Taylor, desperate to be regarded as an equal in a male domain, so much so, in fact, that she is prepared to suborn witnesses or even worse--threaten them to stick to their fanciful stories.
The public is increasingly concerned that drug and medical companies suborn scientists to present shoddy and even false research results that could harm both human research subjects and consumers of products approved as safe.
But worse than this, mafias with abundant funds to suborn politicians and the power to murder those who will not be bribed, challenge the rule of law and the prosperity of every country in which they are established.
And in their zeal to convict, the district attorneys are occasionally tempted to overlook mitigating evidence, pressure a witness, or suborn perjury.
Frame-ups for such crimes require prosecutors to suborn perjury, suppress exculpatory evidence, and coerce false confession.