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Writing to the judge is not going to even be read, because the judge cannot have ex parte communication with you. You need to go through your attorney with all communications and any such communication with the court must be in the form of a motion with copies sent to all parties.
If he is getting a plea deal, no depositions are needed. That is up to the state attorney.
If this person has done what you claim, he is a psycho and needs more than jail time. However, there are two distinct and separate cases and issues here and it seems you are misunderstanding what was told to you. First, the criminal
case, which is where the psycho is allowed to present his alleged defense and many times these creeps do raise false allegations and when they do so, you cannot sue for defamation, BUT THERE IS A CIVIL SUIT YOU CAN BRING, it is separate from the criminal case. This is why you need to give the evidence of the lies to the state attorney first and foremost and you need to disprove them in the criminal case if it goes to trial
or he needs to be convicted before you can take any other actions. The state attorney can look at additional charges of forgery and perjury against him as well for signing your name to documents.
Second component here is the civil suit, which you can file after the criminal case and this is where you can seek damages and penalties for him making false allegations against you and committing perjury and abusing the legal process and also for the injuries you suffered and the emotional damage.
So you are the victim and you do have recourse in the form of a civil suit, but you need to get the criminal case done first and have him convicted or plead guilty and then you can pursue your pound of flesh through money damages in a civil suit.