Can I Drop Assault Charges?


Depending on the type of assault, it may be possible to drop the charges. Domestic violence charges where a caution has been issued may be too complicated to drop.
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1. Call a lawyer. You should never attempt to navigate the justice system without an attorney. You'll need one who specializes in assault charges. 2. Learn as much as you can about
No advice to offer. Don't get your hopes up. Sex crimes are particularly tough to get reduced or bargained away. Suggest you speak with a good attorney.
The D.A. is the one who decides whether or not to press charges, not either of the two people involved in the fight. Get yourself an attorney, and maybe s/he can negotiate a plea
The judicial system is not like a game of golf where you can get a mulligan. Once the charges are brought and there is a case opened in the court, your girlfriend's best course of
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As far as I know once a states attorney picks up the case there really is no way to drop them. You can ask the states attorney to drop them but it is up to the states attorney whether or not they do.
Yes you can drop assault charges. You will need to contact your attorneys office regarding the case and explain to them that you no longer desire to press charges.
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