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.
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
I would have to know all the details before giving a more solid answer but I represent a lot of defendants in Lehigh County and I believe that with the right lawyer you can get ARD. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss the specifics of your case. My number is 215-256-0205.
It is true that a driver is not required to submit to field sobriety tests. A driver also need not submit to a breath or blood test; however there are consequences for failing/refusing to do so. You should consult with an experienced DUI attorney in your area as early as possible to ensure that your son's case is being handled properly.