It's not your decision on whether to "press charges." The state makes that decision based on things like police reports, etc. At this point there's nothing you can do in relation to his charges. He'll have a chance to defend himself in court, and because of the serious nature of the charges he needs a lawyer asap to protect his rights and ensure he receives a fair trial.
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You were angry..but he'll keep doing this as long as you let him. As my colleague said, it's not your decision to press charges...and find a new man.
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