Because you have already been indicted and have a pending court date, you should immediately hire a lawyer to represent you in court, and follow the direction of that lawyer. Generally things I ask of my clients, assuming you are guilty and the state can prove it, is if they are young, the get a transcript from high school and if attended, college; they get letters regarding character from bosses, church members, and other respectable members of the community; they put together a resume showing where they worked over the years; if a recent graduate, proof of awards and participation in extra curricular events; if true, proof of volunteerism; and finally, consider why you did this and provide the explanation to your lawyer so that they can determine whether to share it (with your permission) with the prosecutor because your response is sympathetic. Bottom line is that you need to hire a lawyer. (And I assume that you already made bond. If not, consult with a lawyer first about local bonding practices because you may be able to post a cash bond and assign it to the lawyer thereby saving money.) Good luck and don't delay.