2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 59 - Depositions and Witnesses
5922 - Disqualification by perjury.

     § 5922.  Disqualification by perjury.
        In a civil matter, a person who has been convicted in a court
     of this Commonwealth of perjury, which term is hereby declared
     to include subornation of or solicitation to commit perjury,
     shall not be a competent witness for any purpose, although his
     sentence may have been fully complied with, unless the judgment
     of conviction be judicially set aside or reversed, or unless the
     matter is one to redress or prevent injury or violence
     attempted, done or threatened to his person or property, in
     which cases he shall be permitted to testify.

        Cross References.  Section 5922 is referred to in section
     5931 of this title.

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