Articles Tagged With ‘Perjury’




Judges rule that lying in court is bad

For 16 years, attorneys for Orange County have argued that social workers who lied to a judge in order to remove children from their mother, were unaware that perjury and providing false evidence was wrong.... (Continue reading)

Sheriff’s most wanted Wednesday, Daniel Machado

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Department is offering a reward of up to $500 for information leading to the arrest Daniel Machado. Machado, 57 is wanted for perjury, filing a false document, and receiving... (Continue reading)

DA investigator charged with perjury claims inexperience

A former San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office investigator who is on trial for perjury testified Wednesday that he did not lie to a judge in an affidavit. Rather, he made mistakes as a... (Continue reading)

Marquez indicted in San Bernardino terrorist attack

A longtime friend of Sayed Rizwan Farook, the male shooter in the San Bernardino terrorist attack, was named Wednesday  in a federal grand jury indictment that charges him with conspiring with Farook in 2011 and... (Continue reading)

Perjury case against former SLO officer to proceed

A San Luis Obispo judge ruled Thursday that a criminal case can proceed against a former San Luis Obispo County District Attorney investigator who allegedly lied to a judge in an affidavit while on loan... (Continue reading)

Former SLO County narcotics officer arrested for perjury

The California Attorney General’s Office filed a felony charge of  on July 17 against a former San Luis Obispo County District Attorney investigator who allegedly lied in an affidavit to a judge while on loan... (Continue reading)