If the charge is Health and Safety Code Section 11378 for sales of methamphetamine, nothing, because the charge is not subject to reduction to a misdemeanor. However, after at least one year if all fines and fees are paid probation may be able to be terminated early, or, after probation, the case can be expunged under certain circumstances. Consult with an attorney who handles post-conviction relief and clears up criminal records. good luck.
It is unlikely that a sales charge will be reduced to a misdemeanor after probation. Your opportunity to have it reduced is before the plea. The judge cannot change the complaint/information, but can reduce the charges at the preliminary hearing. Otherwise it is at the discretion of the prosecutor. Good luck.
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Sales of any controlled substance is a felony, perod. The court is without any authority to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor. The only way that the charge can becoe a misdemeanor is if the prosecutor agrees to a charge that is capable of being a misdemeanor.
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