You cannot "drop" the case. Your boyfriend needs an experienced lawyer. That lawyer should be able to design an effective strategy to help your boyfriend. Please call me if you have any additional questions. 404-812-4305.
I agree with counsel's response, the state will not dismiss a sex case based on your factual pattern. Your boyfriend should contact a local attorney or the previous attorney's phone number for a consultation.
Talk about this with your boyfriend's lawyer. And if he does not have one, he needs to get one, as Mr. Pines stated.
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The prosecutor's office is who may decide if the charges should be dropped. Your boyfriend need an experienced trial attorney to represent him in this matter. Please feel free to give our office a call at 404-636-6616 if you would like to discuss this matter further.