Your chances of getting a conditional discharge will depend on what county your new case is pending in and how recent your illegal consumption charge was. In most instances where it is close as to whether you qualify or not, it would be a good idea to have a criminal defense attorney to represent you.
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The outcome will depend on the amount of marijuana in your possession, the amount of time since your offense as a minor, the county you were cited in, your personal situation, etc. What was the outcome of your previous charge? Was the charge dismissed? Pretrial diversion? Earned dismissal? I suggest you hire an attorney that is familiar with possession cases as soon as possible.
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