The State has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the offenses that you are charged with. If you cooperated and gave a statement then you may have already made the State's case.
GET A LAWYER IMMEDIATELY.
Your role in the grand scheme of the crime as well as all the good things you have done in your life are factors that will determine if you face incarceration.
Generally speaking, the "better" you have been in your life the more likely a judge will give you a "break".
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Get an attorney immediately. A good one ought to be able to work it out so that you don't even get probation. That's my opinion, anyway, and I know there are lots of good lawyers in your county.
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Based on the facts you provided it will be extremely difficult for a prosecutor to prove you were guilty of any violation of law sufficient to cause you to be sent to prison. It sounds like the four lawyers you have already spoken to were on the right track.