I attempted to do what you suggested today at the Brevard County Sheriff's West Precinct and was told I could do no such things. Any perjury or falsifying of documents is up to the hearing judge to deal with. I was told that lying and filing false documents are a common occurance in the family court therefore it is the discretion of the judge to pursue. I even went as far as speaking to an assistant at the State Attorney's Office and was told the same thing. In family court matters perjury is not handled like it would be in a criminal case. Please update your readers as I feel much time and energy was wasted today. I did however file a complaint along with all the perjury evidence and false affidavit to the JQC (Judicial Qualifications Commission). Hopefully that matter will be properly addressed there.