They reset it so you can decide whether to plea guilty or not guilty (and set for trial). Some attorneys prefer to keep resetting this "pre-trial hearing" to burn up time. Then set it for trial when the judge won't allow anymore resets. Extending the time for trial for as long as possible is one strategy I use myself in hopes that eventually the officer retires, moves, quits, gets sick, or some have even passed away. Thereby forcing the State to dismiss. Don't worry at this stage of the game....
You did the right thing by refusing the breath and blood draw tests. If the officer did not see you driving, the State will have a hard time proving your case. Get a good criminal defense attorney to defend your case.
You need to gather your witnesses. If it's a he said/he said then your testimony is very important. Hiring a great attorney should be your first move here. Good luck! As far as the expert, you'd actually have to talk to an expert and have them evaluate your medical records to see if that's what your records show. Unfortunately the answer to your questions is the question itself. LOL.
You can file a counterpetition requesting the court to determine the property is your separate property but this determination cannot be made until the final trial/hearing on the merits. You can request the judge give you possession and control of the property in the interim but the restraining order will remain in effect so you don't sell or devalue the property in any way until a determination can be made as to how the property is characterized. I would at least consult with an aggressive and...
You can file documents online, but at some point it is likely you will need to hire an attorney. One, your husband must be served the divorce papers or he must sign a waiver of service. Two, someone needs to appear at the final hearing. If your ex-husband is cooperative, then he could appear. All of these are much easier with an attorney's involvement.
You said you were arrested. Yes, the parole officer will likely have already been notified and filed a blue warrant for your arrest. Regardless if the charges are dropped I expect you will still face a parole hearing on the matter. Speak to a criminal defense attorney immediately.
From your facts you provided, the house appears to be community property. She would need a court order to remove you from what is likely YOUR house too. Police won't do anything but say it's a civil matter. You should retain counsel and file for divorce before she also empties your bank accounts.
Anyone can make a report of abuse and neglect to CPS or the police. If you are taking care of your child appropriately you should not have any issues except for the annoyance of dealing with CPS or the police at your door. Otherwise, unless your mother has court orders granting her custody or visitation, she should not have the right to remove your child from your care. However, without knowing more about your situation I recommend you speak to an affordable family law attorney.