You could call the police and try to get the district attorney to take the case by showing them your evidence. Or, you can try talking to your neighbor first. Once you call the police, expect them to return the favor.
To convince any district attorney to reduce the charges, you need to hire a tough lawyer to prepare a defense and a compelling reason. You need someone that's going to pick apart the police report, gather evidence, and tell your story.
Generally, yes. The DA in the county of the new arrest will run your history and see you're on probation. You need an attorney ASAP. Many times, the probation officer will find out, not tell you, and just arrest you when you show up for your appointment.
Generally, the probation office will file a motion to revoke your probation for this because it's a new law violation. You'll have to hire an attorney to defend you on the new dwi and the probation revocation.
Current law requires police officers to arrest a person for an alleged violation of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, expending a significant amount of resources. Due to jail over crowding issues, H.B. 2391 authorizes a peace officer to issue a citation to a person who has allegedly committed a violation of certain Class A or Class B misdemeanor offenses and under certain circumstances. It authorizes a peace officer who is charging a person with committing an offense that is a Class A or B...