I filed a tpo against him and someone called the law and told them he was stalking me so they put a tpo violation on him and now he locked up so I called the jail and told them I wasn't coming to court and I'm dropping all charges with the dismissed the case and let him go???
Based on what you wrote, if he is charged with violating the protection order the case will remain set for trial and it will be up to the prosecutor to either proceed or to dismiss the case. If he is subject to the protection order and there is an independent witness that he violated it, the prosecutor's office could theoretically proceed without your testimony. I wouldn't expect the case to be dismissed and for him to be released from jail even if you contacted the jail and told them you aren't coming to court and you want the charges dismissed.
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If you didn't want him in jail or prosecuted for potentially violating a protection order why did you seek one in the first place? You had a reason why you did it in the first place and it was granted. The person that called it in obviously thinks there is a concern for your safety.
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