Singer Bruno Mars went before a Las Vegas judge today and set the stage for a plea deal that could wipe away his felony cocaine possession charge, according to the Associated Press. A Feb. 14 plea date was arranged, at which time the 25-year-old singer is expected to plead guilty as a first-time offender to a charge would be erased from his record if he stayed out of trouble for a year, completed community service and drug counseling, and paid a $2,000 fine. Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, was arrested after a concert in September when he was found to be in possession of cocaine.