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A family member and I had a dispute. She got physical, so I called the cops and she was arrested for DV, misdemeanor. She has already been to arraignment and plead not guilty and is now scheduled for a status conference. The State Atty offered pretrial diversion, but she refused. If I do nothing, will the charges be dropped? Is there a way I can have the State Atty drop it ? Is "not guilty," the only way to prevent charges? If does take the diversion and the state drops the charges, could then the criminal record be clean for employment purposes?I want to clarify that I don't believe it is best to try and remove or drop them myself. The offender insists that I can have the charges dropped by signing a "waiver." The offender also insists that I have to do this in order for her to have no record. I personally believe that she should take the diversion, complete a class, so the State will drop the charges. Instead the heat from family is put on me, as I am being told that if I do not pursue it or sign a waiver, it will all go away.