I agree with Mr. Zucker. It may be premature to petition the court but make your concerns known to your PO. Go back to your original attorney, if possible, and ask that they help you petition the court for a waiver or reduction. He/she will also have to contact your PO and see if they agree with what you are trying to do. Good luck.
It sounds like the officer had to blow for a PBT (preliminary breath test) which is not admissible in court but can add to reasonable suspicion. He does not have to wait 20 minutes for this or two consecutive tests. There may be other issues as to the stop and the sobriety testing. The key will be what the blood test reveals. I suggest that you stop asking questions on this site a contact an experienced DUI lawyer who is familiar with Bucks County practice. And, "No", being from NJ doesn't matter.
I am not sure what you mean by "criminal county report". You should know if you have been charged with a crime or crimes in the past and what the end result was. You can go on line and visit ther PA State Police web site to get a copy of your criminal record.
Under the facts stated, the officer had a valid reason to pull you over. I am assuming that he/she detected an "odor of alcohol" which was the reason for the PBT ("breathalyzer) and from what you say, showed a reading of .08 or above.
Typically, you cannot get the lab report prior to your hearing. If your blood alcohol level was under a .08 and there was no illegal substance in your system, the charges may be withdrawn.
In any event, you should retain a criminal defense attorney in...
With all due respect, why are you asking this question on this site? It seems that your attorney did an exceptional job and you are fortunate that you are not in jail. Call your lawyer. Go to the clerk of courts. Your license suspension is undoubtedly statutory for a violation of the drug act which does not require any nexus to driving a vehicle.