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You mean a criminal prosecution?
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You really don’t need a phone call and it will increase costs.
If he is found not guilty then he might sue you for defamation. You might be prosecuted for perverting the course of justice though not likely.
Most likely, he will just make clear to all and sundry that he was acquitted and then generally speaking authorities do consider it weakens your credibility.
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