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If it's your first offense, it does. It's an icriantfon, not a crime, so pleading guilty just gets you a fine. However, pleading guilty will result in your not being eligible for federal or state financial aid for college. A lawyer can get you a ACOD, or adjourned in contemplation of dismissal, for a first offense, which dismisses your case after six months of good behavior (and maybe some community service).Even if you're not interested in a higher education now, you never know what may happen in ten or twenty years. Best to keep your options open.