Is filing a False Citizens' Complaint with the magistrate the same as filing a False Police Report?
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The case was dismissed. Nobody is going to get anywhere if these two these two keep trying to "get" each other through filling criminal complaints.
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If she gave false witness, under oath, then, YES, that could be considered perjury. However, perjury is very hard to prove without clear contradictory statements. (See also U.S. v. William Jefferson Clinton).
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