Yes, under the Federal Civil rights Act. You would need to allege a denial of a fundamental right or a statutory right. Here, the deputy has changed her story perhaps to buttress what was a thin pc to obtain a writ in the first place. You should contact a civil rights lawyer in your area. If you need a recommendation e-mail us at email@example.com.
Only the state attorney can make the decision to charge the deputy. It is difficult to give an opinion on such limited facts. Speak to you lawyer or contact one in your area and present them with the deposition and the other assertion by the detective.
As stated by the previous attorney it is up to the State Attorney to file criminal charges. As far as a civil action you would need to speak to a civil attorney. I don't know the exact details of your situation but the fact that the deposition occurred 3 years after the original statement would lead me to believe it unlikely that you could show malice as opposed to a faulty memory.
It is difficult on both counts.
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