Laura Booker, 40, of Sanford was charged with trespassing and resisting arrest in April after complaining to the driver her daughter was being bullied, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
During a 15-minute exchange, captured by a security camera, the driver becomes confrontational and orders Booker off the bus.
When she refuses, police are called to remove her.
After deliberating nine hours last month, a six-member jury failed to reach a verdict in the case and Seminole County Judge Jerri Collins declared a mistrial.
Attorney Robert Trimble said prosecutors have now offered to drop the charges if Booker makes a public statement that she should have gotten off the bus when asked.
Assistant State Attorney Lisa Haba is expected to announce the deal at a hearing Thursday.
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