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How To Press Perjury Charges If She Lies In Court !
Don't let them get away with Lying under Oath.
Don't just "sit back, and take your medicine".
When all else fails that is detailed below, go to the local news media, if you must ?
TV Stations, Newspapers, Local Magazines in Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Polk County, Pasco County, Manatee County, Hernando County, Orange County and Sarasota County, Florida, etc, etc, are always looking for relevant News for their readers.
Did the false testimony or evidence presented by the perjurer make you look really bad in front of the judge or sway his decision accepting the lie as truth? It stings and I bet you were mad as all hell, but you felt nothing could be done and that you have no recourse??? Well think again!!!
It happened to me and I decided that I AM NOT TAKING IT ANYMORE!!! Stand up and fight back!!!
As a citizenf Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Polk County, Pasco County, Manatee County, Hernando County, Orange County and Sarasota County, Florida you can go to your local police station (In some jurisdictions if the perjury took place in the courtroom, then the local sheriff has jurisdiction) and make a police report for either a misdemeanor or felony perjury charge under Florida State Statute 837.01 and 837.02 depending on whether it took place outside of an office proceeding or during one such as in court hearing. Research the state statue for yourself at the State of Florida's official website www.myflorida.com and read the law for yourself. From what I read and hear, perjury is a very serious crime (however, ignored in my case!) which is an upgrade ... to a 3rd degree felony if it took place during an official proceeding, i.e. court hearing. After the report is taken, you will be given a case card with a case number and telephone number to call when the records department has it ready for pickup. Wait a week or so, call to confirm it's ready for pick up and when you get there (in my case for $1.00 extra) get an official certified copy. Now don't be surprised or shocked...more likely than not, as what normally takes place with 99.9% of all other felonies, you will NOT be contacted by a detective to follow up on the report!!! I wonder why???&nbs... get mad or depressed or start talking like a victim, hang in there and get active! Make an appointment with the State Attorneys Office, take your evidence and organize it, stay cool and low key, try to build a relationship with the state attorney, clearly state your case, take notes of who you spoke with, the date and times and the be politely persistent!!! Get a commitment for them to call you back. Then follow up with sheriff or police department and then give them time to let it go through the system. Be persistent!!! Don't take no for an answer!!! These agencies in Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Polk County, Pasco County, Manatee County, Hernando County, Orange County and Sarasota County, Florida all work for you!!! Just don't be a jerk yelling and screaming about how you have been victimized, otherwise they will take you for a nuisance and just let your file gather dust.