No. Our office will not drop charges based on a request over the phone. Charges taken out must be brought before the Court, usually with all the parties appearing.
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No. Criminal charges are initiated by a magistrate or by the Grand Jury after investigation by law enforcement.
Yes. A subpoena is a court order. Failing to appear can result in arrest and a fine or jail sentence. If you have been subpoenaed and you have questions call our office and the Victim/Witness coordinator or the attorney who is handling the case will speak with you.
No. Our attorneys handle criminal cases. We cannot offer assistance or advice about civil matters such as divorce, evictions, property disputes, child support/custody etc.