If the state took over a domestic violence case but the victim doesn't show, will the case get thrown out?

Question Details: My daughter is facing domestic violence and assault charges for a drunken fight that ended with her putting her hands on her boyfriend; she is now in jail. He isn't pressing charges but admitted in his statement that she hit him. He is being summonsed as a witness. She is 21. If he doesn't show up, will the case be thrown out and could he be held in contempt?

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