The complaint said the perjury came on 15 March 1995, during Fuhrman's testimony "that he had not addressed any black person as a `nigger' or spoken about black people as `niggers' in the last 10 years".
A felony perjury conviction carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison. Fuhrman, who said he found a glove on Simpson's estate covered with the blood of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ronald Goldman, was perhaps the prosecution's biggest embarrassment in Simpson's murder trial. Four defense witnesses contradicted Fuhrman's testimony.
Reuter - Los AngelesReuse content