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How can you be convicted of a crime if the victum drop charges does that violate your 5th amendment rights

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I need to know the nature of the crime to answer this, but if it is domestic disputes ending in injury that you refer to then the victim doesn't need to press charges the state will do it anyway, and the supreme court says it is not unconstitutional.

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