There are many factors that can go into setting up a trial date including the judge's calendar, the jury pool availability and whether either side has had good reason for a postponement. You should discuss this with your attorney and question them as to whether the right to a speedy trial has been violated. Also, what they think the delay is about.
You should definitely pick up the misdemeanor warrant, but prior to that you should obtain an attorney familiar with DWI cases. Do not make any statements to the police about the accident or anything without your attorney present.
If there was no police involvement and you did not have a charge of shoplifting, this is not a fine. This is the company trying to ask for money and the advice most often given by us here on AVVO is to ignore the claim. They will not pursue it.
You need to hire an attorney to defend you on the domestic abuse charge, if you were arrested and charged with that. You should also talk to perhaps a civil attorney with relation to the automobile and whose name is on the title to the car with intention of getting it back.
If the facts are as you present, it may be that the prosecutor will not go forward and dismiss the case. However, since charges have been made by the police, it is not the simple matter you think it is. If you are very low income or indigent, the court will appoint a very competent attorney to handle this for you.
This definitely sounds like intimidation and entrapment. As the others stated definitely talk to a supervisor at the State Police headquarters.
The public defender is your attorney. If you feel he is not on your side, ask the judge for a change of attorney. Speak to this attorney about your feelings in this matter.