Probably at the LL.M level, though.
With respect to state court criminal prosecutions:
If the police commit perjury on a search warrant application, the accused is entitled to a pre-trial hearing, and if the perjury is proven the evidence obtained by use of the warrant is to be suppressed. Franks v. Delaware, 438 US 154 (1978);
If, on the other hand, the police fabricate the entire case against the accused and maliciously prosecute him with perjury, no fundamental right of the accused has been violated and he is entitled to no pre-trial relief. Albright v. Oliver, 510 US 266 (1994)
Discuss, without using words like “crazy” or any profanity.