It depends-have you already been to your informal interview with a case worker from DJS? If so, and they've forwarded your case for prosecution, you should expect the possibility that you are placed on probation. But hopefully you can do better. If you haven't been to your interview, you may be able to do some drug education and never have charges filed.
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