I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
Many people have the idea that because they are the person who precipitates criminal charges being filed against a defendant---because they have lodged a complaint or gave a statement against the defendant with the police--that they have the right to withdraw those charges. The simple fact is that it is the Prosecutor who files the charges, not the complaining witness. While the complaining witness may tell the police or the prosecutor that they want the charges dropped, the prosecutor is not obligated to follow the wishes of the citizen.
All that a complainant can do is ask that the charges be dropped, make the police/prosecutor realize that the complainant intends to testify that, upon reflection, what was initially reported to police was based on the heat of the moment and did not accurately reflect what really occurred, and that if called to the stand to testify, that the witness will recant the initial statement and testify as to the present recollection of the incident. (Note that this is only to be done if you truly believe you were mistaken---it is never appropriate to lie or to offer perjured testimony
While in some instances this will be enough that the prosecutor will drop the matter, or perhaps enter into a plea arrangement which is more beneficial to the Defendant than what might otherwise have been offered, in other circumstances the Defendant has already given a statement to the police or Prosecutor which incriminates them and there is no longer a need for the witness/victim to testify in order to prove the elements of the crime.
In a situation like that, all that can be done is to let the Prosecutor know that there is a change in recollection, and possibly request permission to file an amended statement as regards ***** *****
Finally, in direct response to your question, while you certainly have the right to ask that your statement not be considered, there is little chance that the prosecutor would agree to do that.
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I wish you and yours the best in 2015,