If you plead to it, you admitted it, whatever it was and then the proof really doesn’t matter much. The real question here is why did you plead an F2 amount if you were guilty of an F3 amount.
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The issue of proof doesn't matter any more because it seems you decided to plead guilty to an F2 charge, so that is why you are guilty of an F2 charge.
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