The facts are murky in that it is unclear whether the charges will be dismissed as part of a plea or something else. Filing a false report to police is a crime in Virginia. Therefore, if that is what the accuser did, she can be criminally prosecuted but that is at the discretion of the prosecutor. One can sue her for defamation, but it's difficult and ill-advised without consulting with a qualified attorney. If an attorney is uncommunicative, speak with or retain another.
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Whether or not he was falsely accused is a matter for a trial to determine. Apparently, he has followed the advice of his attorney and opted for some sort of diversionary program or deferment to avoid a trial. I would suggest you tell your friend to seek the advice of his attorney; that is why the attorney is being paid.
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