Hire a lawyer. Take a server's class. Do community service hours. It'll be ok.
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Take the TABC server's class. That will generally make a prosecutor sympathetic to your plight and exercise his/her discretion to reduce or dismiss your case in my experience. But, you should also seek legal counsel.