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I pressed child endangerment
charges on my ex for drinking and
driving while she was in the car.
He has never been in trouble
before. Will he get prison time.
He got arrested it was a felony. I
don’t want him to go to prison
could I drop the charges a d
request he get help?
Asked on September 10, 2017 under Criminal Law, California
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 5 years ago | Contributor
It is uo to the prosecutor as to whether or not to drop charges, not the person who made the criminal complaint. Accordingly, if there is sfficient evidence to support a conviction, they will move forward with the case. It will not be dismissed.
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