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Other than perjury in which the DA would have to decide to prosecute and this rarely happens, what is stopping a person from lying about something such has where they work or how much they make? For example in a civil case where the perception that someone is a brain surgeon at OHSU may provide with with far more credibility than someone who works at McDonalds, why not lie about where you work? It would be very difficult to prove otherwise because a written statement from the hospital would be considered hearsay so the judge would simply have to assume the person works at OHSU. Nobody will be prosecuted for saying they work at a hospital when they actually work at a fast food restaurant.
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