Re-directing question over to criminal defense category for answers from NJ lawyers.
You probably did not file the charges therefore only the prosecutor can drop them thus for he has a good chance of a conviction and that is also a parole violation. Of course if you get him a good lawyer he has the best chance of winning.
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If they took her m to n it was likely not a simple assault. You may not be able to drop and they may not dismiss the first time you do not show. The PO canviolate for the arrest even if they drop. Unlikely but can happen.
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