Judicially, oaths are the promises or declaration made by the witness, plaintiff, defendants, judges, lawyers that whatever they say or write is truth and nothing but the truth.The oath is taken invoking the God, whom one believes and fears and has a notion that lying or a false statement may lead to punishment for them. 2) It also refers to the swearing in or taking a postion in a government office. 3) promise to do something truthful and being sincerly dedicated to something.

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