The top counts are A misdemeanors so you face 1 year in jail, 3 years probation, and a $1,000 fine.
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Another outcome is you'll be adjourned a dozen times and decide you've had enough adjournments and you'll take a plea deal for some lesser charge. You may agree to a violation but there is no guarantee the prosecutor will offer a violation. If yes, then you'll be ACD'd, sent to a class program where you'll have to pay periodic tuition payments and pay a fine of several hundred dollars. This assumes this is your first offense.