Guilty - You will be given an opportunity to tell the court anything you feel may mitigate or lesson the sentence.
No Contest - This is not an admission of guilt, but is an admission of the truth of the facts stated in the affidavit. It is then for the court to determine whether the admitted facts constitute the offense.
Not Guilty - This should be entered if you dispute the facts in the affidavit or feel they do not constitute the offense. A pretrial will then be set.
The above pleas will be further explained to you by the magistrate in court.