Try to get it reduced. Request community control and pay for the window. This is just general based on what you wrote. Good luck.
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The maximum sentence is up to 18 months in prison and a $5,000.00 fine. You need to retain an attorney ASAP.
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As charged, it is a felony that carries up to 18 months in prison. But you could be eligible for reductions, diversion, treatment in lieu of conviction, drug court, or some other alternative to incarceration. Better get a lawyer.
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