Me and my boyfriend went to an acquaintances house they told him I cheated n he got mad I left went to my sisters and I guess somebody hacked his Facebook account because he never had access to a phone nor his own due to his phone being dropped I also didn’t give anyone permission to give anything to anyone my sister took my phone from me and messaged his Facebook on my behalf I’m tired of playing these games and just want to be together again please tell me what I can do to get this stuff dropped
Your description is not clear. What is the exact charge? If you are the Alleged Victim, you could go to the State Attorneys Office and let the Assistant State Attorney on the case know that this was all a mistake and it didn't happen the way the Police Report indicates, and further, you were not injured (if that in fact is the case)...are not in fear of your life (if that is the case)...you do not want to press charges. SOMETIMES the AV's communication to the State may help get the charge dropped. You should really call and speak with an attorney before you do anything.
You can go to the State Attorney's Office and file an affidavit. You can also contact his attorney.
If you do go to the State Attorney, then hopefully you will write in separate sentences starting with a capital letter instead of a single run on sentence. Also you should write out words instead of abbreviations
That way you can make sure the State Attorney can be sure as to what you mean by your writing
Its impossible to determine if you are the alleged victim or were charged with something like stalking or such.
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