I was reading this article on perjury in family courts and I was wondering what relevance does this have in different US states, such as Arizona?

Ex Parte Sheldon, 44 Nev. 268, 193 P. 967 (1920), in which the attorney, and not the client, was prosecuted for subornation of perjury. The Nevada Supreme Court held that the attorney could be prosecuted for subornation of perjury for his alleged aiding and abetting a client to commit perjury in a divorce matter.

Is there any similar precedent in Arizona?

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