no, im charged with robbery and poss of firearm.....well at depos yesterday the alledged vic testified to the facts on the arrest report were untrue....the cops said she gave my tag and discription in the report but she said that was untrue she never said that and i was SHOCKED ............a little background...day of event of said robbery she never reported it......she reported it 17 days later when i roll up to get gas and she took tag number and claims i was one who robbed her.....the cops claimed to have tape from circle k that would support her statement.....now they dont have it at discovary hearing or depos...thier stand is they dont have the tape and she said at depos that the arrest report isnt her statement to the facts that cop lied.. on her written and taped statements they never mention my tag .....i put in a motion to dismiss and but am open to other aves i could take
sorta....but more important i want to make him accountable for his lies cuz he did the same exact thig on another arrest 12 hrs after i bonded on the first charge he stated that vic gave my discription and tag number but on any written or taped session my tag never came up |||they nole pross that charge but are active on this one......i dont think that woman gave my tag till may 18th but claimed she was robbed may 4th......i wanna show a line of events that prove that he fabbed both reports or persue the fact now the information is tainted.......doesnt the DA have a duty to do the right thing in light of him witnessing the testimony from vic.....
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