Don't post facts about your case online. If you're not 18 or over, you can't be charged with AOF against her. Although you could be charged with simple assault. Talk to a lawyer. You certainly need a lawyer.
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You hire an attorney. Your sister does not have the option to drop the charges. You are also under , most llikely, a protective order re prsence AND contacts with her. Your post indicates you may have been. That could be not only a contempt charge but a disuading a witness charge as well. You need an attorney. Hire one and prepare for trial.
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Sounds like self defense to me...however you can't escalate the situation by responding with more force than necessary to 'nuetralize' the assailant. If you've got no criminal history an attorney should be able to make some headway with the assistant district attorney assigned to your case. If your sister is struggling with some mental health issues, it would be a shame to have her undergo a cross examination during a trial. Family counseling would seems like a more productive use of time and resources.