Was he your attorney or the opposing attorney?
Your question is very unclear, and it is especially unclear on whatever you think it was that constituted "lying to the court" and/or the "false documents."
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You can sue just about anybody.
Was this YOUR attorney?
You can also report the attorney
to your state bar association.
Be careful though . . . he can sue
you foe defamation if you don't
know what you're talking about.
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