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Should you be in contempt of court if you forget?

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In reply to: Should you be in contempt of court if you forget?

Sounds like self incrimination to me.
However if that's allowed to stand there will be a bunch of people with memory problems (not talking about ram).

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Need any proof?

In reply to: Forget

How many times have folk forgotten their email password?

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In reply to: Need any proof?

I don't know how you tell when someone has truly forgotten or is having
convenient memory problems.

The courts like to split hairs let them figure it out.

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