When do you make alibis or excuses?

@claire03 (1444)
United States
September 6, 2007 10:12pm CST
Alibis definition in law is a plea of being somewhere else when the crime was commited. The general definition of alibi is an excuse, explanation, reason, defense, and cover-up. I hope that gives you more understanding what an alibi really means. When do you make alibis or excuses? Do you always do it or not? When can we say it's just an alibi? Can you share us more of your thoughts.
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@gradyslady (4055)
• United States
25 Sep 07
Never, I hardly ever lie, and if I do it's a little white lie and I don't need an excuse or an alibis.