It is quite possible that you DO get deferred adjudication (sometimes also called diversion). A wholly suspended sentence is unlikely.The fact that you have no criminal history, have been open and honest and working with the investigation
counts for a LOT. Have your attorney ask for the def.adj. possibility. Keep in mind that if he doesn't ask, it won't be offered. Also, know that if you screw your def.adj. up (not report in, fail a drug test, etc.) it might and possibly WILL be revoked, and you'll be sentenced.Another possibility, if def.adj. is not on the table, is have your attorney ask that you be given only little jail time and then have the rest suspended. If you work, your attorney can ask that you only serve time on weekends - check in fri night and check out sun during the day. If you work or are a student, the Judge might grant you this.
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