yes, to attempt something and to have intent to deceive is enough.
No. A lie is, by definition, told with a deliberate intent to deceive.
It depends. Umpires are governed by whether or not it is intent to deceive a runner. If there is no intent to deceive a runner, it will probably not be called a balk.
Lies are false statements that are made with intent to deceive. A simple false statement is not sufficient to constitute a lie. There must be the additional intention to deceive.
Yes faceguarding is a penalty in college football
There is no penalty for that
It is a felony crime.
Spearing is a fifteen yard penalty.
It can depend on what they do with the forged signature, and/or what their intent is/was.
It is considered a personal foul and is a 15 yard penalty. -Football official
This penalty is called "Clipping".
If you tackle in flag football it is a penalty.