My name is XXXXX XXXXX I am a criminal
If this is your first arrest, since it is a non-violent
charge, as long as you make all of your court
appearances and follow any directives given to you by the judge, you should not have to worry about going to jail on this case. The worst case scenario here is likely misdemeanor probation.
Nevertheless, a conviction will give you a criminal record
which can get in your way big time on the employment and housing fronts. For those reasons, you ought to show up with a lawyer on your court date and see if he can negotiate a deferred adjudication or something else that can keep this matter off of your criminal history.
A deferral is something like probation except that when you've satisfied all of the conditions of your supervision, the case gets dismissed. The prosector decides for him or her self who can get a deferral. But you would appear to be eligible and it would not be an unreasonable disposition for the state to offer.
If you can't afford a lawyer you should plead not guilty at your arraignment and then ask the judge to appoint you a public defender.