I agree with my esteemed colleagues...the simple answer is that there are a number of ways based on what you said that criminal charges may result. As this is a public site I would caution against providing any further information. You need to consult with a competent criminal defense attorney as to the possible outcomes. Good luck.
I agree completely with my colleagues on this one. Venting will accomplish nothing and could likely result in more complications to your situation. I would suggest you retain a competent lawyer who could file a modification on your behalf. Good luck.
I agree...if you were to turn yourself in without the benefit of an attorney you could be incarcerated until you see the common pleas judge. Regardless, it's important that you take care of this ASAP as it will not simply go away. Good luck.
I agree with both of my colleagues. Also, remember that there are very rigid time frames involved in appealing an administrative suspension. You only have thirty (30) days from the date that appears on your notice of suspension. An experienced attorney can help you with all the necessary filings.
I agree with the sound advice that my colleagues have provided I would just add that a lot depends on what the probation department in the county where you were on supervision chooses to do. If they pick you up on the violation and lodge a detainer then you will likely sit until the DUI is resolved. It is unlikely that they will reinstate your probation as you have incurred additional violations and, based on some of the information you provided, you would likely be viewed as an absconder.
I agree with my colleagues. You need an experienced Attorney to help you with a complete calculation under rule 600. Also remember that our Superior Court has been reluctant to uphold cases where charges were dismissed based upon Rule 600 violations. The mindset of the court seemed to be weighing the dangers to society posed by possible dismissal against the judicial interests in granting such a dismissal. Thus often times we see courts ruling these to be judicial delay which is not a delay...