Or, if they are not current charges you may be able to seek an expungement of certain criminal charges or arrests, depending on your state laws. Call your state bar association for a referral to an attorney who handles expungements for advice if they are not current, otherwise as my colleagues said a defense attorney is your only option false charges or not. They don't just go away on their own without leaving a mess behind for you to deal with in the future.
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The fact that you want to write a chack and be done with it indicates this is probably a serious matter. Most of us don't just throw money at a minor problem. Cases go forward because there is evidence. Cases get dropped because of a lack of evidence. Once Misdemeanor or Felony charges are filed against you, you need a defense lawyer. HTH, good luck.
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Sadly criminal charges don't just go away. It takes time and commitment to get a good result in such a case. Call me and I will discuss the matter with you. Bob Adams. 763-682-0259.