I would advice you not to post the details online and instead sit down with an attorney in your area. The "green vegetable matter" is what would always be written---before testing. I hope you do not plan on doing this by yourself.
This is not intended as individual legal advice and there is no attorney client relationship established by this answer. It is advisable that you seek individualized legal assistance. This is not a substitute for hiring an attorney.
You should speak to a criminal defense attorney immediately. You have two issues-the consent decree and the effect the new charges may have on it, and the new charges themselves. Only with full knowledge of all the fact can an attorney give you an informed opinion. Good luck.
If you are on a consent decree, you may be a juvenile. If you are a juvenile, the outcome may be different from adult charges. You need to get to a criminal defense attorney who has experience in representing juveniles and (if you are over 18), adults. If you have a magistrate preliminary arraignment or preliminary hearing, you must be an adult. You need an attorney at the preliminary hearing. The max for possession of MJ is 30 days incarceration while the max for paraphernalia is 1 year. The result of a conviction for possession may result in a driver license suspension.
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