Persons may not be convicted of a violation of 46.4605, 46.4606, or 46.4607 based upon the making of a false statement except upon proof of the falsity of the statement by:
(1) the direct evidence of 2 witnesses;
(2) the direct evidence of 1 witness together with strongly corroborating circumstances;
(3) demonstrative evidence which conclusively proves the falsity of the statement; or
(4) a directly contradictory statement by the defendant under oath together with:
(A) the direct evidence of 1 witness; or
(B) strongly corroborating circumstances; or
(5) a judicial admission by the defendant that he made the statement knowing it was false. An admission, which is not a judicial admission, by the defendant that he made the statement knowing it was false may constitute strongly corroborating circumstances.History: 1979, PL 16-43 § 2.
Research Guide: MCC 575.070, 15 ASC 502, 15 ASC 504.