Malicious Prosecution (if there is such a crime in Florida). That would include withholding evidence as charged in a currently active suit by a former Corey employee Kruidbos. I thought that some of the evidence the prosecution tried to use, like "voice experts" whose testimony couldn't pass the laugh test, showed signs of their bad intentions but I don't think there are laws against doing that. Perhaps they can charge a conspiracy of the State of Florida together with Crump's law firm. We all know about multi-million dollar payouts from a state, in particular NY, for wrongly convicted defendants so why shouldn'tattempted incarceration without a case also be a cause for a state to pay up?