Yes. But your chances of winning are very low, especially if you do this without counsel. And if your law suit is groundless, you could end up having to pay the costs and attorneys fees of CPS
Can you sue? yes.
Will you win? No.
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The judge has complete immunity and cannot be sued.
You could attempt to sue the CPS, but it would almost certainly lose. The CPS did not prosecute. They provided information to the prosecutor, who prosecuted. The decision to prosecute is made by a prosecutor, who has complete immunity and cannot be sued.
You can try to sue CPS and workers for providing information, but they are required by law to pass information to the prosecutor, rather than deciding on the truthfulness of the information by themselves. If one of the workers had personal reasons to hurt you in particular, the failure of the worker to report this and disqualify himself could be the basis of a lawsuit.
In a lawsuit about what happened in another court action, the lawsuit will often be dismissed until such time as the complained-of court action gets reversed on direct review by higher courts.
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