This is a duplicate thread. This question was also asked, and answered, here: http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/do-i-have-to-go-in-person-to-the-court-house-to-dr-913248.html?ref=answer_question_serp_title_5
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If you were the one to initially file for an order of protection, then you may withdraw it with the local county court where it was initially filed. Otherwise, if it was filed by the prosecutor's office, then it is up to the prosecuting attorney to withdraw it or not.
With respect to your second question, if he was already convicted of a 2nd degree felony, then there is nothing that you or he can do at this point. If he was not yet convicted, then he and/or his attorney should reach out to the prosecutor's office and ask for a Plea Bargain for a lesser offense, especially since you should make it known that you do not want to testify against him.
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