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Q: How can a judge ignore fraud and perjury ? How can all the inconsistencies not matter? I am shocked and so confused

I truly believe that Mary Micheals the city attorney for warren covered criminal activity of an officer and Judge m Servitto helped her do it. I have proof of the fraud and perjury. How can all these inconsistencies not matter? Two different versions of one car accident in the narrative and diagram. Two different times. In the deposition she is driving west and saw the second accident. In the affidavit she is driving East and did not see the second impact and in reality she told me that she was in the Walgreens parking lot filling out reports, she heard the crash looked up and saw the woman driving across my lane into the left hand turn lane.

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Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Inconsistencies are not necessarily lies. Are you lying when you know you just went to a drug store, but say to someone later that you went to Walgreens when you really went to CVS?

Fraud and perjury connote intention, which is hard to place on an otherwise neutral witness. If it were any easier, I think most people would be even more afraid - justifiably - to speak up in court for fear of saying a car seen at night was black instead of dark blue could land you in prison for perjury.

Memory in humans is notoriously unreliable. There are studies that suggest is 10 people are in a why, and someone comes in to take someone's purse, you are likely to get 3-5 different descriptions of the suspect - and that's without people having a motive to lie. And that's where cross-examination can be a benefit.

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