My question involves civil rights in the State of: Michigan
A couple years ago my house was broken into. The state police responded to the 911 call. The people that broke into my house took off before the police got there. How ever before they left they were confronted by me in my house with my little friend Ruger .40Cal. Well needless to say the individuals that illegally entered my house as well as illegally entered my property. Were never charged nor were they ever sought by the police. How ever I had things stolen and property damage done.
How ever I was charged for felony assualt with a deadly weapon. How ever the charges were thrown out of court by the judge with prejudice which from what I was told I could be charged again with these same charges if the police ever find the individuals.
Now the evidence that was used against me for the charges were my wife on the 911 tape, and the report I freely gave to the police that responded being I was the complaintive I was never read my rights. Nor was I under the impression that I was going to be charged or implicating myself.
Since this I have been trying to find someone so I may take legal action against the state. Since the state police are the ones that responded to the 911 call. Which it took them 45 minutes to responded to a home invasion call.
The only reason I was charged is because I filed a formal complaint against the Officer that took the report. Then I filed a formal complaint due to his conduct. He was punished for his conduct then I got charged. The people that broke into my house did not file the charges against me.
This happened 3 years ago. Being I have been trying to get legal representation for this. I am worried that there maybe statue of limitations on how long I have to file a court case for this. But I guess no lawyer in Michigan wants to take this case.