The girl that was bullying me pressed charges on me for hitting her but she repeatedly kept calling me names and shoving me in the bathrooms and call me deaf which I’ve had multiple surgeries on my ears cause I can’t hear well but this was back in December 14 can I still press charges
You can still report this to police; the statute of limitations for misdemeanors has not expired. However, if you have charges against you, you need to contact a defense attorney. It sounds like you have a valid claim of self-defense, but it will be difficult to raise this defense on your own.
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