The answer here depends on the history of things you have done to now, and how it will be received, because she is free to march right back down to the court house and seek another criminal charge against you. This sounds like you really need to getover her and on with your life.
But, if you honestly hope that some contact might be of halp, then I would recommend that you have a mutual friend delliver your felicitations and message and leave it at that. It is what it is and your task is not to fantasizeit into something else that it is not. That way does lie trouble.
All the best,
Quite frankly I do not see a "legal" issue here that needs my attention -- in my view you'd be better with some personal counseling or life-coaching. The lady was "uncertain" but she did hit you with an harrassment charge....
You do what you think is right, you're an adult, you have an appreciation of the potential consequences ... good luck to you ... now click "ACCEPT" and we can move on....
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