Based on the information you provided, it is highly unlikely that you can sue the couple who testified in court.
It is also unlikely that the prosecutor will agree to prosecute perjury charges against the couple.
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Probably not. You may have a shot at suing the city for false imprisonment but I highly doubt you will be successful on that claim as well. You would need to hire an attorney experienced in 1983 actions in order to do that. Good luck.
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