You have asked this question at least three times- answer remains the same, consult with an attorney to determine your way-ahead.
After two years and all the trials and hearings associated with your situation, you're not going to get an 'answer' online no matter how sympathetic one might be to your situation.
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So many questions, so many issues. Why not contact a local defense / civil rights attorney? Many will offer a free consultation. I think that would be your best move.
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People frequently get angry like this, at a system that they believe has not done the justice that they want. You probably do not have a case to sue any of the governmental authorities that were supposed to prosecute the crimes against you. But it appears that you have also brought a civil suit because you mention it. You should consult with the attorney who handled the civil suit for you.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239