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A detective entered final details of a case in which she asserts that she requested a writ due to one factor, and then 3 years later when asked in a deposition why she requested the writ it was due to different factors. Can that be construed as perjury? If so, is she charged criminally and can she or the sheriff's department be sued civilly?Short summary: Detective arrested me in 2009 for agg. stalking. Resolved 4 counts Viol, Inj. No Contest... Det. Final report entry before asking for writ. says that she made the decision to arrest on Agg Stlkg. because of church testimony. (Current lawsuit against church for Clergy-Penitent Viol.). When Det. was deposed this year for this pending case, she claimed it had nothing to do with the concerns of the church. Her testimony is the basis for the defenses current motion for SJ to dismiss my claim. There is very clear evidence that the Detectives contradictory testimony is to protect the church and cause me to lose my civil suit. Does this short summary help clarify the question?