1. You were over the limit at 21, under 21 you were WAY over. The officer mis marking the ticket based on your age will not result in the offense being removed or in anyway dismissed.
2. Hire an attorney. You need representation. There might be technical issues with the stop or procedure OR there may be room for some very creative plea bargain
A shoplifting charge carries up to a 1000 dollar fine and up to six months. Your DUI is not relevant to the current charge. A shoplifting charge must be defended. You need an attorney. Depending on where you were arrested and what store is involved this charge can result in jail time.
I have defended these charges in the past and DAs and stores never just "drop them"
If the officer is not there at made the initial arrest, then the state will most likely ask for a continuance and usually get it. Being charged with paraphernalia in a vehicle is serious as well.
I recommend hiring an attorney rather than just hope there is an officer that does not show and the court dismisses .
You need someone to look at all aspects of this case, evaluate probable cause, the gathering of facts etc.
She can file for divorce and ask for temporary support and custody or she can file for separate maintenance and support as well . You need to contact an attorney as a divorce or a separate action claim is coming it appears
The witness's written statement is hearsay. Additionally any portions of the police report that the officer did not see is hearsay. Please consult an attorney or spend a lot of time in the rules of evidence