First, yes it's possible.
Second, don't make any more admissions on this or any public web site, and ask Avvo to remove your question. If defense attorneys can see it, so can prosecutors, and you just made an admission.
Third, hire an attorney if you can afford to do so. I'm sure these people want restitution, something they aren't likely to get if you're locked up instead of out working. But sometimes private attorneys have the luxury of more time to speak with prosecutors than public defenders, who are good but often overworked.
Good luck. And start saving money now. You'll have a better chance of avoiding prison if you're able to offer a decent down payment toward restitution.
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