You should consult with and hire an attorney. You have raised many legal issues in your question that need to be looked into prior to any meaningful conversation with the prosecutor. All the discovery needs to be ordered, reviewed and explained to you. You need to find out what defenses you can advance before trying to resolve the case by plea or by trial.
DWI cases have serious consequences and shold not be treated like a run of the mill traffic ticket.
In order to fully analyze your case your attorney will have to review all the discovery materials prepared by the police. If your reading is a .07 BAC then your are at the top end of the DWAI range.
After a full review of the discovery your attorney should discuss with you whether the police had probable cause to make an arrest and whether you should fight the case or try to resolve the case with a plea bargain.
Note: For informational purposes only.
Your friend has an obligation to voluntarily return on the warrant. If he does so voluntarily he has a better chance or resolving his problems with out bail or at least having a shot of having a reasonable bail set.
Technically speaking the second arrest and conviction can be considered if a violation of a conditional discharge violation is filed against you. The DA probably did not say anything because they either did not realize the possible violation of the conditional discharge or they did not care about the earlier conditional discharge.
Again, technically speaking the district attorney can bring back the original case as a violation of a conditional discharge. Odds are the prosecutor will not do so...
The minimum sentence on a single count of Penal Law 220.39 Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree is one year if he pleads to or is found guilty of the charge. The maximum is nine years on each. With out knowing more I can not tell you if the sentences would run together or one after the other.
If you boyfriend has a prior felony or a prior violent felony offense then the sentence range will increase.
If you can provide more detailed information about his prior...
Your question is a little hard to follow when you use the word "listed". I will assume that listed means charged. If you are charged with a 3rd degree crime in New Jersey the county prosecutor will review the charges to determine whether they wish to proceed with the case in the Superior Court or if they will send the case to a lower court, in New Jersey that means the Municipal Court of the town that the allegation arose.
Depending on on the allegation itself, if you have been charged with...
Your attorney and the prosecutor will conference the case and the prosecutor may make an offer through your attorney to dispose of your case. Generally speaking in NJ, DWI cases are not plea bargained so at the conference issues of discovery and pretrial motions will be discussed between the lawyers and the judge.
As long as the District Attorneys Office has not moved to forfeit the automobile and you have clear title you should have no trouble selling the car without disclosing the conviction to the new owner.
This answer is offered for informational purposes only. It is not offered as, and does not constitute, legal advice. Laws vary widely from state to state. You should rely only on the advice given to you during a personal consultation by a local attorney who is thoroughly familiar with state laws...
It seems that you first need to set up a meeting with the school administration and explain the situation. The school needs to know how their teacher is behaving. Schools are supposed to be "safe zones". No student should be harassed in school by a teacher or a student.
Depending on the action taken by the school after your meeting perhaps that will resolve the problem.
If that does not solve the problem then you can consult an attorney and present to her what actions you have taken to...