My question involves criminal law for the state of: MI
I have a detective who lost a major case against me about 5 years ago. From what Iíve heard, she thinks itís because I refused to interview with her to get the incriminating evidence from me she needed for a conviction. Instead they dropped the major charges almost immediately and I received a 3 year deferred adjudication probation sentence for possession of drugs.
However, ever since that case was concluded, she has been trying nonstop to violate my probation. This has included telling the courts blatant lies about things I am doing that break the terms of my probation, with no evidence to back it up. She also once told the court a complete lie about evidence they found in a search warrant, which was used in order to violate my probation. And she also makes up lies about things my friends allegedly said about my mental health and even things she said that I thought I Ďsawí which was indicative of being paranoid and delusional. None of these things actually happened.
Itís caused me a lot of stress, itís hurt my reputation, and it feels like itís been police harassment. Is there anything I can do to address these lies for what they are? Is she allowed to blatantly lie like that to the courts/probation?