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You need to demonstrate good moral character, especially in the last 5 years. Also, you cannot be on probation during the application period. Probation must be terminated before you can apply for citizenship.
While both seem "harmless" as misdemeanors, make sure to get them reduced to a violation only. Make sure to obtain a certified disposition to be included with your application. I advice including a copy to send in with the application, and bringing an original to your interview. Since this is your first time offense, and depending on the final outcome, you should be able to demonstrate the required good moral character.
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