Thank you for the additional information. Since this is your second offense within the past year, for the same crime, it is likely that the court
would consider a probationary sentence at this time. Based upon your age and the fact that this is a non-violent
crime, they should not be so eager to seek any jail time, since there was never any probation imposed before. Of course, they may also impose community service and order you to pay any restitution but jail could possible be avoided, if you were able to work out a plea deal. Since this is your second offense, I would 100% suggest retaining a criminal
defense attorney to represent you at this point, who can act in your best interest. They can look over the facts of the case and see if you have any legal defenses and if the case is worth going to trial
on or work out a plea deal, on your behalf. If you can not afford to retain private counsel at this time, you can always asked to be appointed the public defender, when you appear at your first hearing.
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