It does not seem they handle cases like yours, but try to give them a call. They may point you in the right direction http://www.probono.net/oppsguide/organization.135410-Albany_Regional_Office_Georgia_Legal_Services_ProgramR
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If your fiancee is deemed indigent, an attorney will be appointed for her. If she can afford one, she would do well to contact the GA and her county bar association for referrals.
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Family [domestic] violence charges cannot usually be 'dropped' by the victim. The 'state' will generally move forward with a prosecution unless their is some issue with the case which a defense attorney may be able to pursue. Your fiancee may apply to get appointed counsel and if indigent will have counsel appointed.
You should consult an Attorney that handles Traffic cases in the jurisdiction you received the citation to evaluate your options.