Yeah... okay... and did you have a question that you wanted to ask?
I'm sure you're unhappy about being arrested but the fact is, whether right, wrong or indifferent, charges do not magically disappear. Unless there is either insufficient proof, or if the police have exceeded their mandate or you are eligible for diversion then the only way that charges go away with the assistance of a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer who tirelessly efforts on your behalf.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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