Hire a lawyer, stay off line (the internet is not private and the police scan Avvo regularly in DuPage). Your sentence could exceed 365 days of jail time, i.e. felony time.
God bless you and good luck.
It is difficult to answer this without knowing which county you are being prosecuted in. Depending on that, the answer could range from an agree dismissal through diverted prosecution to felony probation. Contact a lawyer experienced in the county you are going to court in and you should get a better answer.
Take the opportunity to hire the best local lawyer you can find and you may not even end up with a record of this following you around.
As a first time offender, I highly doubt you will get jail time. Your offense is probationable. I highly recommend hiring a competent defense attorney to handle your case. A case can not be reasonably evaluated until discovery (the prosecution handing over all evidence against you) is complete. It is imperative that you do not commit any new crimes while your case is pending.
You could be facing jail time, although probation is more likely on a first offense. The best way to handle this is to find an experienced criminal defense attorney who appears often in the court where your case will be heard. If you find someone with experience in your type of case they should be able to tell you what to expect. If you need a referral, feel free to give me a call. I'd be happy to recommend someone. 1-800-517-1614. Good luck.