Not even sure that would help. You should really hire an attorney for the probation violation and let the attorney advocate to the prosecutor regarding both the underlying charge and the silliness of the new charge considering it was no filed by the state.
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It's not a good idea to write anyone a letter. You need to follow the advice of a defense lawyer. Let your lawyer communicate for you.
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What you should really do is hire counsel. Contacting a witness could be perceived as a crime itself (tampering with a witness), so I would suggest you do not attempt that. Your story sounds like you have made a few mistakes, you should start doing things right and the first step is to hire a competent criminal defense attorney. Good luck.