Ninth Commandment

Shemot 20:16
"You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.

n26. You shall not prophesy in the name of idols (Dvarim 18:20).

n27. You shall not utter a false prophecy (Dvarim 18:20).

n60. You shall not curse Elohim (Shemot 22:27).

n66. We are forbidden to leave a person unburied overnight (Dvarim 12:23).

n188. It is forbidden to eat the meat of a killer ox (Shemot 21:28).

n273. It is forbidden to distort justice (Vayikra 19:15).

n274. It is forbidden to accept bribery in judgment (Shemot 23:8).

n275. It is forbidden to be impressed by important people while sitting in judgment over them (Vayikra 19:15).

n276. It is forbidden to fear the threats of a man accused in judgment (Dvarim 1:17).

n277. It is forbidden to favor a poor man out of pity (Shemot 23:3).

n278. It is forbidden to condemn an evil person unfairly (Shemot 23:6).

n279. It is forbidden to reduce fines or a penalty out of pity for one who has killed or maimed another person (Dvarim 19:21).

n280. It is forbidden to pervert justice for a convert or orphan (Dvarim 24:17).

n281. It is forbidden to listen to only one side while sitting in judgment (Shemot 23:1).

n282. It is forbidden to give a death sentence by a majority ruling of only one vote (Shemot 23:2).

n283. A judge may not base his opinion on the opinion of another judge (Shemot 23:2).

n284. It is forbidden to appoint an unqualified judge (Dvarim1:17).

n285. It is forbidden to testify falsely (Shemot 20:13).

n286. It is forbidden to accept testimony from a wicked person (Shemot 23:1).

n287. It is forbidden to accept testimony given by a relative of either of the litigants (Dvarim 24:16).

n288. It is forbidden to punish of fine a person based on the testimony of one witness (Dvarim 19:15).

n290. It is forbidden to sentence a person to death based upon non-conclusive evidence (Shemot 23:7).

n291. A witness must not serve as judge (Bamidbar 35:30).

n292. It is forbidden to execute a person before he stands trial (Bamidbar 35:12).

n293. It is forbidden to spare the life of a pursuer (potential murderer) (Dvarim 25:12).

n294. It is forbidden to punish a person who is forced to sin (Dvarim 22:26).

n295. It is forbidden to accept a ransom form a murderer who killed intentionally (Bamidbar 35:31).

n296. It is forbidden to accept a ransom from a murderer who killed unintentionally (Bamidbar 35:32).

n300. It is forbidden to give a guilty person a more severe punishment than he can bear (Dvarim 25:2-3).

n309. It is forbidden to work the land near a stream where atonement was made for an unsolved murder (Dvarim 21:4).

n310. It is forbidden to allow a witch to live (Shemot 22:17).

n312. It is forbidden to disobey the authority of our Torah leaders (Dvarim 17:11).

n315. It is forbidden to curse judges (Shemot 22:27).

p7. Taking an oath in Elohim's name (Dvarim 10:20).

p118. Misusing something that has been Declared Holy (Vayikra 5:16).

p174. Obeying the Supreme Court of the Nation of Israel (Dvarim17:11).

p175. Abiding by a majority decision (Shemot 23:2).

p176. Appointing Judges (Dvarim 16:18).

p177. Judging Honestly (Vayikra 19:15).

p178. Giving evidence (Vayikra 5:1).

p179. Verifying the evidence brought to Court (Dvarim 13:15).

p180. Punishing false witnesses (Dvarim 19:19).

p181. Atoning for an unsolved murder ¡°Eglah arufah¡± (Dvarim 21:1).

p182. Setting aside cities of refuge (Dvarim 19:3).

p194. Returning a theft (Vayikra 5:23).

p224. Punishment by flogging (Dvarim 25:2).

p225. Exiling a Person to a refuge city (Bamidbar 35:25).

p226. Execution by Beheading (Shemot 21:20).

p227. Execution by Strangulation (Shemot 21:16).

p228. Execution by Burning (Vayikra 20:14).

p229. Execution by Stoning (Dvarim 22:24).

p230. Hanging (Dvarim 21:22).

p231. Burying the dead (Dvarim 21:23).

p236. Personal injury (Shemot 21:18).

p237. Damage caused by goring (Shemot 21:28).

p238. Injury caused by an Obstruction (Shemot 21:33).

p239. Penalties for robbery (Shemot 21:37-22:3).

p240. Damage caused by grazing Animals (Shemot 22:4).

p241. Damage caused by fire (Shemot 22:5).

p242. The unpaid Watchman (Shemot 22:6).

p243. The paid Watchman (Shemot 22:9).

p244. A borrower (Shemot 22:13).

p246. Torot of Claims (Shemot 22:8).

p247. Saving the Victim from his Attacker (Dvarim 25:12).

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