As you have been charged with a crime and have a prior criminal record, it is best that you speak with a local criminal lawyer regarding your situation.
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Your sentence is going to depend on your previous history and those types of charges, plus any previous sentencing and how you did with those. (Such as having a previous violation of probation, etc.) It will also depend on whether or not you accept a plea deal with the State's Attorney, plea to the bench or go through a full trial. Unfortunately, no attorney in this type of forum could give you an accurate answer. You need to speak with a local attorney, as they can better advise you as to the Court's likely sentence.
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