While it is a misdemeanor
, usually punishable by a small fine and probation, they could indeed seek to charge you. However, it is quite possible that the DA will decide not to prosecute. You should contact an attorney in PA and get them to keep on top of this for you because it will be cheaper to pay them now than find out later down the line that something has been filed against you. The attorney can even work out a deal where you do not have to show up at court and can pay a fine in exchange for dismissal if they charge you. For such as small amount it is likely that they will not charge you, but you can never be certain.
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