Dave is completely correct. Your husband needs skilled domestic violence representation immediately. You, as an alleged victim ALSO should have representation.
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Is is unlikely that you will be successful without hiring counsel for yourself and your fiance -- you are just a Witness and it is the state of Washington that is going after your fiance'. The State has no obligation to acceded to your requests -- please hire private counsel.
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I agree with the previous answers. The state has no obligation to stop prosecuting a DV. However, the State will likely want you as a witness and you may choose to not asssite the state in its prosecution. Much will depend on the sufficiency of the police reports, which may have enough evidence to prosecute without your testimony.
You should consult with an attorney do discuss your options.
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