Idiom: under oath
— The judge reminded the witness that he was under oath and should tell the truth.
— You will go to jail if you lie under oath.
— President Trump says a lot of things but notice he's not willing to testify under oath.
— At the opening of the trial, you will be sworn in so that your testimony is under oath.
— The penalties of lying under oath, or perjury, include probation, fines, or even a prison sentence for up to 5 years.
— Client: Are legal depositions under oath? Attorney: Yes, before the deposition begins, you will be sworn in under an oath.
— The babysitter said in testimony given under oath that she did not shake the baby.
— Even though I'd never lie, I felt so nervous testifying under oath.
— He's told that story many times but I'll never believe him until he says it under oath in a court of law.
— Notice how her story changed after she was under oath?
— What she said is incredible. Is she willing to testify under oath?
— Are there any studies evaluating the effectiveness of getting truer testimony under oath?
— The bailiff asked the witness to swear under oath: "Will you tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?”
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