Thank you for the additional information. Since you were placed on probation AFTER you picked up the second charge, it would not be a violation. You just need to make sure you do not pick up any additional charges and comply with the terms and conditions of the ACD. When you appear on the 6th, the Judge is going to want to know if you want to take a plea deal or go to trial
. While this is punishable with jail, it is highly unlikely that the State would seek any. The reason being is that this is a nonviolent crime and the State would look for a probationary sentence
, fine and court costs, before any jail time. Moreover, it is the obligation of the State to run a background check and see if you have any other open or pending charges. If anything, the fact that you had this case at the time you were placed on probation ACD, is what could cause an issue but if the court failed to perform their due diligence and check this out, it may not come up.
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