Get a lawyer. Check with a public defender's office. You don't mention whether you have a prior record, etc, but courts generally do not look kindly on adults who beat up kids.
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The outcome is probably anyone's guess. I suggest you retain a criminal defense attorney to represent you. If you can't afford one, perhaps you can request a public defender.
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I would strongly suggest you get an attorney. If you have to go to superior court, then you are likely charged with a felony. If you cannot afford an attorney, the court will appoint one for you.