Diversion is probably an option, depending on your record and the policies of your prosecutor. You should seriously consider talking with a local criminal defense attorney though. While diversion is certainly better than a conviction you may have factual or legal defenses of which you are unaware. A lawyer with experience handling drug cases in your jursidiction will be able to determine what your best options are. The matter is serious as possession is a Class A misdemeanor, with punishments of up to $2,500.00 and a year in county jail.
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Obtain a criminal lawyer ASAP. You should have several options that couldinclude a defered program or possibly drug court, and you are under 21. Good luck.
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