How did law enforcement enter your house? Did they obtain a search warrant or did you give them permission? Since it's your first time, you are not on felony probation so they have no right to enter unless 1) you give them permission to do so 2) they have a search warrant. There could be serious problems on their end if they do not have either one of these and the case could be dismissed!
You should consult with a criminal defense attorney in your area before you proceed further. You should not plead to an offense that may be defensible. Likewise, you don't necessarily want to lose a window of opportunity at some later time. So, consult with an attorney.
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I agree you need an attorney
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You owe it to yourself to hire a local criminal attorney as soon as possible. There are a number of ways to fight this case. I am local and offer a free consultation. Best of luck.