- Courts - Prohibition Against Testimony by Convicted Perjurer - Repeal
- Sponsored by
- Delegates Smith, Anderton, Atterbeary, Carr, Carter, Conaway, Dumais, Fraser-Hidalgo, Kelly, Korman, Lierman, Luedtke, Moon, Morales, Platt, Proctor, Reznik, Sanchez, Sydnor, Waldstreicher, and M. Washington
- Approved by the Governor - Chapter 531
- Fiscal and Policy Note (Revised)
Repealing the prohibition on a person convicted of perjury from testifying in a proceeding; and providing that evidence that a witness has been convicted of perjury shall be admitted for the purpose of attacking the credibility of the witness, regardless of the date of conviction, if the evidence is elicited from the witness or established by public record during examination of the witness.
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