Your question depends on the facts and how the County or City attorney intends to handle your matter. You could also file a pretrial motion to dismiss to try to get the court to dismiss the action against you, if the prosecutor does not dismiss.
This is not meant to be legal advice but only a general response to a general question. Legal advice requires more attention to details and circumstances to be accurate and reliable. Do not rely on this response as legal advice. If you want legal advice about your matter, you must set up a consultation with this attorney by calling (406)756-911.
The answer to your question is, yes, your charges can be dismissed. How you go about doing that is hiring a good criminal defense attorney in your area. They will have to show the prosecutor why the charges should be dismissed. It will be an investment of money to hire a good criminal defense attorney, but that is what it takes to get a good result.
licensed attorney in Montana. Your specific state laws may be different.
You also have the option of going to trial on the matter. Or, pay the fine and move on, but that may open you to civil liability for damages. A lawyer would provide you with the full range of options, and likely outcomes, but as attorney Judnick states, you will have to pay for that.
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