What does this mean CASE DISMISSED - NO PROSECUTION WITNESS?

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Answered: How to dismiss case?

Domestic dispute cases in which the police were called in because someone was hit cannot be dropped. You're better off getting your husband help and yourself into counseling than trying to fight the system which you both have entered due to your husband physically assaulting you.

Answered: What does it mean when your case is dismiss in criminal court

Depends on if judge dismissed with prejudice, they can reopen case

Answered: Wrongful dismissal case

Better to tackle it and not let them get away with it because it will follow you, not them

Answered: I was arrested with a felony charge for ...

If you are sure it was dismissed i would say NO you are innocent! ;obviously the prosecutor must of felt their was not enough solid evidence against you or other extenuating circumstances in your favor to pursue the case against you.Congratulations; you are 1 of few lucky ones. Hope you did not ...

Answered: Give me five cases where they can be both criminal prosecution and civil

murder=criminal/wrongful death=civil...ie. oj simpson drug charges=criminal/forfeiture of property=civil...ie. my case those are the only 2 that i can think of at the moment....hope it helps
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