From the person who made the accusations. I called 911 because they were using force to come into my home. When the police get there, lady in charge says I hit her and her subordinate corroborated her story but "they wouldn't press charges against me if I didn't press charges against her". I stand to get a written apology or confession, or statements in court proving these accusations were false. I was arrested but on an unrelated warrant, because the police said they didn't trust me to behave myself if they left me at home.
With proof, could I tell the police and press some kind of criminal charges if it has been almost 2 years since the statement was made? The subordinate was coerced because he is employed by the woman that made the false statement. Sue her as an individual?IT was the apartment manager and one of the staff. I want her held accountable. my unrelated warrant was for expired inspection sticker. I have no violent crimes on my record and no charges either.
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A lawyer would need to discuss the case specifics in more detail with you offline to see if there is anything that could be done. Best of luck
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It's been 2 years? I'd get over it if I were you. Life is too short to be worrying about things like this.
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