Implication of the offense of deception, false and use of false in the civil trial
Adriana Motatu () and
Ileana Constantinescu ()
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Adriana Motatu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Ileana Constantinescu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2017, vol. 7, issue 2, 40-44
The objectives of our study consist in showing that the offense of deception in witness testimony during the civil trial by attribution of lying qualities in order to impress the court, grafted on false and use of false used by the one giving the witness testimony in the civil trial, false introduced and used by this one on the date of the criminal case trial which the defendant in the civil trial on moral damages invokes, considering that such defendant was a defendant in a criminal trial where he/she won with the witness proposed thereby in the civil moral damages trial, may lead to an erroneous solution in the civil case, in case the defendant in the civil trial fails to timely notice such things or the courts fail to corroborate the defendant’s evidence in the civil trial. The research methods consist in analysis of several court orders. The results of the study lead to the idea that criminal claims addressed in reference to certain offenses claimed during the civil trial should be settled under emergency regime, as the implications of certain offenses, like deception in witness testimony, instigation to deception, false and use of false, on one hand, and failure to corroborate the defendant’s evidence in a moral damages trial, for instance, on the other hand, may have serious repercussions on the defendant.
Keywords: witness testimony; lying qualities; false; use of false; appeal in annulment; false registration. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K14 K33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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