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1) the law school application description of what you need to disclose (including any caveats they include);
2) what, if anything, you disclosed on your law school application;
3) exact details (initial charges, plea, disposition, court, dates, etc.) of the incident; and
4) state bar's question on both: a) the criminal incident disclosure; and b) law school application disclosure.
Then ask one of the PR professors at your school, or someone like that, for a recommendation of a C&F attorney. You don't need to give them any more detail than just asking for a recommendation. If you have all your stuff together then this likely won't take much of the attorney's time and won't cost you very much. It is MUCH easier to solve the problem now than to try to fix it when the state bar says you have to or to have a problem like that. Plus, the peace of mind that you definitely resolved it the best possible way is...nice.
Edit: the C&F attorney may also be helpful on how to word the bar disclosure of the incident.
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