How can I drop charges against someone?
The charges are not yours, they are filed by the State. However,you may submit a written statement explaining why you wish to drop charges. This statement will require your signature to be notarized. We have a Notary Public available to notarize your signature. Your opinion is important to the prosecutor. However, once a report is received from the law enforcement agency, the prosecuting attorney will review the report and consider your written statement. The final decision in charging the perpetrator is at the discretion of the prosecutor.

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1. How can I drop charges against someone?
2. How can I find out if an arrest warrant has been issued on myself, a friend or relative?
3. How do I obtain criminal history on a individual within Riley County?
4. I received a speeding ticket, am I eligible for a diversion?
5. My landlord has threatened to kick me out of my house/apartment, what can I do?
6. When are first appearances in City Court/Municipal Court? Where is the court located?
7. When are first appearances for District Court? Where is the court located?