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I had a fight with my wife on april 03 and called 911 and

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I had a fight with my wife on april 03 and called 911 and police arrived and she was charged. On April 4th I went to the rcmp station to have them dropped and can I do this in Alberta
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Debra replied 1 year ago.
You didn't charge your wife. The police did. So you can ask to have the charges dropped but that doesn't at all mean that they will. The police charged her because they had reasonable grounds for believing that an offence occurred and so they won't simply drop the charges at your request. But they will consider your wishes at least.I suggest you contact victim services for some assistance.

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