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1st offense. Petty theft. March 2010. California. Held at loss prevention room from department store after leaving with clothes at $110. Police officer came and took ID/wrote slip for court date. Went home after. April 2010 court date with public defender. Never served jail time BUT did get fingerprinted at the jail. $400 restitution fees to store. Pleaded no contest. Result was $100-$200 in court fees, 6 months probation, and 1-day anti-theft class. With the judge’s permission, public defender appeared in my place at the follow-up court date in fall 2010. I think first offense + diversion class means I was not convicted of a misdemeanor. But I had to get fingerprinted at the jail... I need help determining what is most likely on my record please! Thank you!!
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