In the original charge she brought up an unpaid bill in her statement on question 8d-other material facts. Now she's trying to file a new charge about that same bill. Since it was included in the original filing which was dropped with prejudice, isn't it true she cannot charge it again?
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Based upon the fact pattern provided here, it appears that it would be barred. However, I strongly encourage you to review such with an attorney since there may be additional facts not discussed here. Many reputable attorneys offer a free consultation. Please contact at least one soon.
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Depending on what the order said and the allegations it is theoretically possible to have another violation supported by the same evidence but unlilely. Consult with an attorney.
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The general answer here is that a dismissal with prejudice means that the same charge cannot be filed again. However, there are often times nuances as to what was dismissed with prejudice and what wasn't. Your best bet would be to consult with an attorney to figure out exactly what happened with the first complaint and what it might mean for the future.
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