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Perjury Prosecution Doesn’t Implicate Double Jeopardy (access required)

The Supreme Court upheld a perjury conviction for a man earlier tried for the larceny of his ex-girlfriend’s dog. Appellant David Stanley James Pijor was previously charged with larceny related to the disappearance of a dog owned by his ex-girlfriend, Kristy. On September 6, 2013, Pijor entered Kristy’s mother’s home without permission. According to Kristy’s mother’s ...