You could always hire counsel to revisit the plea if you would like (should you find it necessary to do so), but in an instance such as this where it appears that "adjudication was withheld" you could petition that the record be expunged. Keep in mind, a plea will not be reversed merely because it was a "bad deal" (i.e., you no longer like it) but rather because it was the "wrong deal."
While I would love to suggest you retain counsel (ME) to seal/expunge your record, in Miami-Dade Mrs....
As my colleagues previous have stated, absent more it is tough to make an informed assessment of your situation, but I will non-the-less try.
If you in fact waived speedy, it is ultimately up to the trial judge to determine whether or not too much time has passed prior to requiring a case be presented for trial. This can generally only be reversed in the instance where there has been an abuse of discretion on his or her behalf.
As was stated previous, this is definitely no slouch of a...
Were you represented? It is unlikely that a judge will overturn an 8 yr old plea. Not liking the deal now isn't grounds to reverse. Hire an attorney to look into it for you, but know that the odds are not in your favor.
The short answer to this question is: he will likely receive less time IF he voluntarily turns himself in than WHEN the authorities finally locate him.
If he voluntarily surrenders the judge may look far more favorably on him than if he is picked up. Hire an attorney and start putting this behind you (and your husband).
I second the previous opinions - hire an attorney, set a Bond Hearing. Sounds like you may also need to consult a family law attorney as you may need court intervention in order to stop the harassing txt messages.
There is a program called "my family wizard" to which you can subscribe (and compel him to do so by order of the court) in order to have the court monitor his messages.
You should hire an attorney to address your traffic citations and bench warrant. An experienced criminal defense attorney will likely set a hearing to vacate the bench warrant and could potentially work out a payment plan for the citations as well.
As for issuing an id, the state of Florida has a non-driving id you could obtain prior to your dr. appointment (as it appears from the facts above that your license is likely suspended).
I see in your question that it appears as though you have completed the class in total and you merely need to pay the outstanding money. Pay the money, get confirmation thereof, and if necessary, get back in front of the judge. If you have completed all of the requirements you should be good - but make certain that everything is complete BEFORE you move...if not you may not only be leaving behind sunny weather, but also a warrant for your arrest.
If you want to expedite the process - hire...