If neither party wants to pursue the charges, they will most likely be dismissed. You would need an attorney to facilitate this.
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If neither of you cooperate with thte DA then the cases will likely have to be dismissed. Hopefully neither of you signed the supporting deposition.
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If neither of you cooperate with the DA in the end the charges will most likely be dropped. It is storngly suggested that you both seek legal assistance with this matter.
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