You should consult with a criminal defense lawyer. They have the knowledge and training to see if your rights were violated and whether you would be able to get evidence excluded. A prosecutor is much more likely to give a lawyer a better plea offer than they would to a pro se litigant.
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Your best option is to not do anything without talking to a lawyer first. If you can not afford an attorney contact your local public defender's office. There are some options available to you depending on your criminal record if you have a drug issue. You may be able to avoid a conviction all together. Why would you want to plead without an attorney?
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At the very least, you should meet with an attorney for a consultation prior to taking a plea. Many attorneys offer free consultations, in case money is an issue.