Is there a way to have simple assault charges in a fight dropped?
Question Details: I was in a fight over the weekend and a friend ex friend and I had a physical fight. The cops charged us both with simple assault/fighting. We were both injured during the fight. Her a bit worse then I. Not even 15 minutes after the altercation had ended she had already given my number out. I received a call from her boyfriend and her boyfriend's brother. I recorded the conversation and was able to get a harresment summons on her and the people she gave my number to. The next day I received a threatening text from another one of her friends. Since the friend is out of state I couldn't make a report for it because I don't know her current address. However the girl who texting the threatening content told me that the ex friend I got into a fight with would be trying to sue me. Is there a way to get her cause thrown out of court due to the fact that she is giving out my personal information to have people harass, and threaten me. I have video evidence of the phone call and all the texts.
Her other actions have no bearing on the charges against you: if you were in a fight, and so committed simple assault, you committed assault. Her other or later actions may be grounds to press other charges against her (e.g. harassment, terroristic threats) and/or sue her, but do not affect the validity of the charges against you.