No. Generally speaking, you should not plead guilty. As a matter of fact, the court will automatically put in a plea of not guilty for you. Even if you are guilty, the court may dismiss the case for court costs. The prosecutor may offer pre-trial probation. Also, the court may offer you a CWOF (continuation without a finding), which is not a conviction. Remember, guilty or not guilty, the burden is on the state to prove you are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If not, you should be found not guilty.

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