Not sure what you are asking. Any conviction or ARD disposition for a dui within the past 10 years counts as a prior offense. You should contact a criminal defense attorney to review your specific situation.
You should contact an criminal defense attorney to explore the facts of your case, evaluate your options and get an explanation of the potential ramifications of pleading guilty. Most offer a no charge consultation. Good luck.
Often the police wait for blood test results before filing criminal charges for DUI. You may well get a complaint and summons in the mail. It could take anywhere from a week to several month, although usually not that long. Don't post any more details here or any other public forum. Contact a local qualified criminal defense attorney to review your case, your options and possible defenses. Many of us offer no charge consultations.
The state can charge you under subsection a1, in the officer's opinion you were under the influence to a degree that rendered you incapable of safe driving. Get a qualified attorney to review your case and your options
The summons usually states first offense, even when it is not. Your prior offense will likely show up and this will be treated as a second offense. Nonetheless, you need to consult with a qualified attorney to make sure your rights are protected and that you know all of your options.