I am sorry that you are going through this, most likely if neither of you testifes against the other it may be dismissed, however that is up to the local district attorney the police and the courts, be carereful. take care.
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You can get it dropped by yourselves, but you'd have a better chance with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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You may be able to get it dismissed but it is more likely if you have lawyers representing you. You both have a right to take the 5th, and it is likely without the testimony of each of you, neither case will proceed forward.