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In trying to mitigate a misdemeanor to a petty misdemeanor or trying to receive a "stay of adjudication" (I believe that is the right term) for the charge, how useful will positive character references be showing that this incident is all a misunderstanding? Are there certain references that would be more useful. For example, I have a good family friend who is a senior police officer who knows I am of good character. I also volunteer a lot of my time at church and at various NPO's. I have no prior criminal record, not even something as small as a parking ticket. Are there certain people that would be better for giving references than others. For example, I would get a letter from my pastor, but that seems somewhat cliche - everyone can get a letter from a pastor!I will also be in touch with a highly recommended attorney very shortly (tomorrow) to discuss such things further - I am simply trying to set my mind at ease right now.