If you don't have money for a lawyer, this is precisely the time of your life when you need to prevail on parents, family, friends etc. and gather up the resources to defend yourself. These are SERIOUS charges that carry hefty consequence. you appear to have some adequate defenses, not to be trusted to an amateur. That said, if you are truly indigent, you will qualify for the services of a public defender, many of whom are fine attorneys.
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You should speak to a criminal defense attorney at once, if you do not have money for private counsel call the local bar association for help and/or petition the court for a public defender; good luck.
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You need to speak to an experienced local criminal defense attorney about your case. Only an experienced local attorney will be able to assess the merits of your case and possible defenses or mitigating factors.
If you cannot afford to hire an experienced local criminal defense lawyer, request a public defender be appointed when you get to court.
You need to stop posting incriminating information on line. Instead, you should focus on retaining an experienced criminal defense attorney. Good luck.