Legal Question in Family Law in Florida

If someone lies in a deposition since they are under oath and there is proof that they lied, what can be done about it? How are there consequences?

Asked on 10/02/09, 4:12 pm

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Brent Rose The Orsini & Rose Law Firm
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Theoretically, they could be charged with perjury, but this never really happens. The actual consequences are that the person is shown to be a liar at trial.

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Answered on 10/03/09, 12:37 am

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