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Author: Willis Percival King

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ISBN: UCSF:31378008359088

Category: Malingering

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Author: Willis P. King

Publisher: Forgotten Books

ISBN: 0483155454

Category: Social Science

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Excerpt from Perjury for Pay: An Expose of the Methods and Criminal Cunning of the Modern Malingerer I know precisely why I wrote the book, and so, I owe no apologies, and have none to make, to any one for having written it. I hope that it may cause many people to think, that it may influence them in the direction of honest and right living, and that it may influence others against lending their aid to this robbery for the sake of a small pittance of the spoils, or simply even for the sake of kinship or of friendship. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
2018-01-15 By Willis P. King

Payment for honor . $$ 300-306 . Section 303. Preference of parties offering to pay for honor . 304. Effect on subsequent parties where bill is paid for honor . 305. Where holder refuses to receive payment supra protest . 306.

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Raymond and John of Freiburg rule that he would commit perjury in both instances, since he was either untruthful or indiscreet in his judgement. Only a debtor who truly and responsibly believes himself able to pay can be excused from ...

Author: Emily Corran

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192564054

Category: History

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Thought about lying and perjury became increasingly practical from the end of the twelfth century in Western Europe. At this time, a distinctive way of thinking about deception and false oaths appeared in the schools of Paris and Bologna, most notably in the Summa de Sacramentis et Animae Consiliis of Peter the Chanter. This kind of thought was concerned with moral dilemmas and the application of moral rules in exceptional cases. It was a tradition which continued in pastoral writings of the thirteenth century, the practical moral questions addressed by theologians in universities in the second half of the thirteenth century, and in the Summae de Casibus Conscientiae of the late Middle Ages. Lying and Perjury in Medieval Practical Thought argues that medieval practical ethics of this sort can usefully be described as casuistry - a term for the discipline of moral theology that became famous during the Counter-Reformation. This can be seen in the origins of the concept of equivocation, an idea that was explored in medieval literature with varying degrees of moral ambiguity. From the turn of the thirteenth century, the concept was adopted by canon lawyers and theologians, as a means of exploring questions about exceptional situations in ethics. It has been assumed in the past that equivocation, and the casuistry of lying was an academic discourse invented in the sixteenth century in order to evade moral obligations. This study reveals that casuistry in the Middle Ages was developed in ecclesiastical thought as part of an effort to explain how to follow moral rules in ambiguous and perplexing cases.
2018-09-06 By Emily Corran

... to ABF's employees that perjury does not pay. I would have felt no need to write separately if I thought that, as the Court puts it, the Board has simply decided "to rely on 'other civil and criminal remedies' for false testimony.

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Author: Willis Percival King

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 1340867737

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2015-09-01 By Willis Percival King

... of perjury in the present indictment , is , That about the 27th March , 1810 , the defendant , Alexander Read , by the order of the prosecutor , Wm . Taylor , out of the money in Read's hands , belonging to the theatre , did pay the ...

Author: Esq. Alexander READ

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ISBN: BL:A0019508106

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In his response, Serafini used “reimbursed” to indicate that as a partner, he would be paid a small percentage per ton of what the company earned for the disposal of waste in the landfill. There is no way that it could mean that ...

Author: Roger W. Shuy

Publisher: OUP USA

ISBN: 9780199795383

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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The Language of Perjury Cases outlines the contributions that linguistics can make to both the gathering of evidence and the way that evidence is analyzed in perjury cases. Roger W. Shuy describes eleven representative lawsuits—involving bankruptcy, unions, hunting licenses, doctors, priests, and Senators—for which he served as a consultant. Shuy's linguistic analysis illustrates how grammatical referencing, speech acts, discourse structure, framing, conveyed meaning, intentionality, and malicious language affected the outcome of these cases.
2011-09-14 By Roger W. Shuy

Author: William WALMSLEY (Attorney)

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ISBN: BL:A0019840236

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Though this work is defined by the strong moral convictions of the author, certain cases carry cause for humor.

Author: Willis P. King

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ISBN: 1789870992

Category: Law

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Willis P. King was a doctor working for an American railroad company in the late 1800s - he examined patients who had sued for compensation due to injury, finding many fabricated claims in order to gain money. Dr. King first confronts the charge of longtime bias towards his employer, or that his employer might have paid him to author this book. Prior to assuming the position of examining physician at the railroad firm, King was a trusted family doctor with a strong reputation for ethical practice and rigor. He contrasts his record to that of litigants, many of whom coached their friends or relatives to lie in court in pursuit of financial gain. Several cases reported on by King were notorious at the time; examples including apparently crippled defendants who, upon gaining a large cash settlement, discard their crutches and limb braces within weeks of receiving the money. Dr. King himself reports resisting anger and confrontation when seeing such individuals walking in public, sometimes mere streets away from the courthouse that delivered their favorable verdicts. Though this work is defined by the strong moral convictions of the author, certain cases carry cause for humor. The testimony of certain witnesses, and the ridiculousness of certain claims, plus the successes of the author in mitigating the damage done to the railway company, give cause for cheer in what is overall a catalogue of human greed, dishonesty and deceit.
2019-03-20 By Willis P. King