Q: We are moving to Maryland and my fiancé is currently going to court ordered classes and has another court date in June.
Can my fiancé either get the case dropped or have his classes transferred up to Maryland when we move in about 6 weeks? He was arrested and charged with domestic abuse battery due to a simple argument/fight that got out of control with his little brother who we were taking care of at the time and their mother also moved in with us as well in the house we were renting. No one wanted charges put on anyone, we just wanted his brother and mom to leave since they were not on the lease with us and we had a 6-7 month old at the time. Police arrested my fiancé anyways even though he didn’t start the fight and just asked for them to leave. We are moving and buying a house in Maryland but he has to attend classes for anger and has a court date in the end of June and our only way up there is when we have to help my grandparents move there. what can I do to get the charges dropped or transferred? We basically have to move because the place his dad lets us stay in isn’t the best for our family
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