One of the conditions of the granting of an ACD is that for the period of the ACD the person remain arrest free. With a new arrest as you described the prosecutor can move to vacate the ACD and reopen the original case. This would force your daughter to restart the first case and fight it from the beginning.
A prior conditional discharge will not have any affect on the potential penalty you are facing in the new DUI matter. Also as a general rule you are not facing any jail time with this new DUI charge.
Please consult with and retain an attorney that handles DUI cases so that you can get all your questions answered and that you are competently represented.
There does not appear to be any intent on your part to deprive the store of the money for the candy. You could either go back to the store and pay for the item or leave it alone and try to be more aware of the items you have when you check out next time.
Carl Spector, Esq.
Your husband is entitled to a bail hearing and a bail review. I am wondering what happened in court when he was not indicted when the complaining witness did not appear in the grand jury and why he was not released as per the law.
Ask his attorney these questions.
It is very common that Webcrims is not populated on matters like this prior to the court date. You can keep checking to see if the case gets docketed prior to the court date.
Even if the case is not docketed, you must appear in court.
If your case is still pending then you have been suspended under the prompt suspension law. It appears that the judge suspended your license at your arraignment which is required by law if the prosecutor files the appropriate affidavits to show the court that your blood alcohol level was at least a .08% or that you refused to take a chemical test.
If that is the case then you should be eligible for a conditional license through the DMV.
Please contact the DMV ASAP to determine your...