Charges are filed by the State and not able to be dropped by a citizen. However, you may submit a written statement explaining why you wish to drop charges. This statement will require your signature to be notarized. Riley County has a Notary Public available to notarize signatures.
Your opinion is important to the prosecutor but once a report is received from the law enforcement agency, it will be reviewed. Your written statement will be considered, however, the final decision in charging the perpetrator is at the discretion of the prosecutor.
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Only if it falls within the diversion guidelines.
First appearances in City Court/Municipal Court are Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00 a.m., located at 610 Colorado Street, Manhattan, KS 66502. Telephone: (785) 587-2450.
First Appearances in the Riley County District Court are Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1:30 p.m.; he court is located at 100 Courthouse Plaza, the limestone building with the clock tower.