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Perjury

Telling lies under oath is a very serious form of contempt of court: you can expect to go to jail for it. In such cases it is imperative to find out which questions were asked. It is about analysing the questions to establish whether or not the answer to any question was dishonest.

What evidence is there to show that the answer was dishonest? Something that may have been true at one time may not be true later - so it is important to get a real comparison of 'before' and 'after'. At MTM we analyse and pinpoint such issues- setting the context and exploring the background to answers to provide expert defence.

Taking early action is the best way to approach a case and get the best possible outcome. Call us on 0800 328 0944 for an initial free and confidential consultation