Your issue is not really a criminal defense issue. Additionally, if you are trying to claim a wrongful termination you are most likely past the point of being able to sue if you have not filed a claim with the EEOC or MHRC. You should talk to an employment law attorney ASAP to find out if you still even have the possibility of bringing suit.
I agree with Mr. Toscano, but write to also point out that you should see a civil litigator who has handled malicious prosecution actions. The requirements of such a case are usually extensive, but you might have facts that support the suit. It's best to find out.
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