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Craig Phillip Robinson, The Office

NBC Photo: Byron Cohen

Guilty? That's what he said.

The Office denizen Craig Robinson pleaded guilty today in Los Angeles to one felony count of possessing a controlled substance, namely Ecstasy, stemming from his arrest earlier this summer.

The actor, who plays warehouse worker Darryl in the NBC hit, originally faced the additional charges of felony possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor driving under the influence, but Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz dismissed the latter two charges.

That's what you call a win-win-win.

Los Angeles District Attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison confirmed to E! News that Robinson qualified for a deferred entry of judgment with his plea, meaning his felony charge will be dismissed should he successfully complete 18 months of a drug-diversion program, consisting of drug counseling and rehab.

If not, he could face a minimum of 16 months in state prison.

The 36-year-old actor, who also appears in Pineapple Express, was busted on June 29 after getting pulled over for a simple traffic violation. Officers discovered drug paraphernalia in his vehicle and determined he was driving under the influence.

He was arrested and released the same day after posting $10,000 bail, but somehow managed to keep his bust under wraps until it eventually made headlines last week.