While you have good evidence, your chances of getting the case dismissed by the prosecutor on your own are low. Prosecutors do not like to dismiss cases at all and only do so when they are facing the possibility of losing at trial
, which isn't an issue right now. If you hire or get a lawyer appointed then your chances improve dramatically because the prosecutor know that the attorney can force them to trial quickly.
In addition, by trying to present this evidence yourself you give up a very valuable piece of information without getting anything in return. A lawyer can get the DA to agree that, if he can prove what you said, then they will dismiss the case. At that point the lawyer shows the video.
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