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I was charged with misdemeanor shoplifting [less than $50] in February, one day after taking the LSAT. I'm in the process of finding and retaining representation. I am 27 years old and have no criminal history whatsoever. Given the certainty that I will have to explain this incident to the State Bar after law school, I am trying to find the best outcome—short of a not guilty verdict—to aid in the defense of my character and fitness when questioned by the bar after law school. The facts of my case aside [$250 purchase + a careless mistake] it seems that my best option is a diversion program—community service etc.—with an eventual dismissal. I cannot plead guilty, to a lesser charge or otherwise, that much is clear. I greatly appreciate your advice.