The answer to this question depends on what you are found guilty of, i.e., a felony or misdemeanor, and the facts of your particular case, including your criminal history and other factors in your life like whether you have a job, are a student, any history of drug abuse, and a variety of other factors.  Felony sentences are often driven by Michigan’s sentencing guidelines, unless your attorney and the prosecutor work out an alternative plea agreement that the court agrees to follow.  There are a lot of “breaks” built into the law for first-time and youthful offenders that an experienced attorney may be able work into a plea agreement that can significantly reduced the punishment and even prevent a conviction from being on your official record altogether.  If you are charged with a crime arising out of the Electric Forest Festival, you should consult with an attorney who has experience dealing with Electric Forest Festival cases, as these cases are handled slightly differently than other criminal cases, as well as experience dealing with the prosecutor and the court, as what might be a good deal in another county might not be considered a good deal in your case or vice versa.