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Plainiff has blatantly lied to the Court, can I use the term

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Plainiff has blatantly lied to the Court, can I use the term "lie" in my pleadings when documenting with massive evidence thta it is the case ?
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Using the word "lie" is permissible. You may also want to add the legal terminology of "published false statements of fact"

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