A conditional discharge under § 31-20-13 is distinct from deferred sentencing under § 31-20-3.  Though both provisions allow for discharge and dismissal following a period of probation, a deferred sentence results in an adjudication of guilt (and, therefore, a conviction), while a conditional discharge is not accompanied by an adjudication of guilt and does not result in a conviction.  See State v. Herbstman, 974 P.2d 177, 180 (N.M. Ct. App. 1999).