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A would-be juror faces felony perjury charges for lying about her criminal record on a Ramsey County questionnaire. The Pioneer Press says the woman's criminal history included shoplifting and lodging a false police report. Court officials say, while not typical, the case was too blatant to ignore.
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A would-be juror faces felony perjury charges for lying about her criminal record on a Ramsey County questionnaire. The Pioneer Press says the woman's criminal history included shoplifting and lodging a false police report. Court officials say, while not typical, the case was too blatant to ignore.

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