Georgia's First Offender Act allows you to plead to many crimes, provided that you have never pled or been convicted of a felony before, then upon the successful completion of your terms of probation a disposition of not guilty will be reflected on your criminal record. Therefore you would not be a convicted felon and suffer the consequences that are associated with that. However, be forwarned that if you do not comply to the letter with the terms of your probation, then the Court will impose a stiff jail sentence and revoke your First Offender Status.
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