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  • Accusations of Perjury Can Lead to a Felony Conviction Most people know that it's important to tell the truth, particularly in court. However, many people don't know that lying under oath, also called perjury, is a felony. NRS 199.020 lays out the penalties for people found guilty of perjury. Considerable prison time and fines are just the beginning. If you've been accused of perjury, you need a Nevada criminal defense attorney like Cal Potter working for you. Under NRS 199.020, perjury can take many forms. A person testifying in court who willfully provides inaccurate information commits perjury as surely as the person who induces another individual to make a false statement. Perjury can be in writing or spoken aloud. The

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