Righteousness of Job – An oath of Innocence

A crime could be disowned by calling a curse upon themselves in the ancient legal practice. Job was disowning all accusations of his friends.
1) Job Has Not Lusted (Job 31:1-4; 9-12): Job has made a covenant with his eyes, that he does not look at any woman with lust. Job considered his wife an inheritance from the Lord, hence was loyal to her.
2) Job has not lied or deceived (Job 31:5-8): There was no falsehood in his life. Job declared that he led a truthful life.
3) Job did not fail his servants (Job 31:13-15): Job treated his male and female servant justly with dignity. He was conscious that he was accountable to God who is the ultimate judge as taught by Paul. (Ephesians 6:9)
4) Job did not fail poor and needy (Job 31: 16-23): Job was kind and considerate towards poor or helpless such as the widows, the orphans and the fatherless. He clothed the naked. Job curses himself, that his arm shall fall off from his shoulder, if he had not done so.
5) Job did not trust his wealth (Job 31:24-25): Job did not claim that he had the ability to become rich. He also did not trust in his wealth but trusted in God.
6) Job did not follow false worship (Job 31: 26-28): Job did neither worship nature nor sun. He did not kiss the hands of the idols.
7) Job was not unfair to enemies (Job 31:29-30): Job did neither desire the downfall of his enemies nor cursed them.
8) Job took care of migrants (Job 31: 31-32) Job opened his home for homeless or migrants or refugees.
9) Job did not conceal his sin: (Job 31: 33-34) Job did not try to hide or conceal sin but confessed.
10) Job attests his statement (Job 31:36-40): Job states that this is his signature. He demands an audience with God. Later, he repents for this. (Job 42:5-6) Sadly, he thinks his accuser is God, while it is Satan.
Can I make Innocent statement like Job?