Depends on who your asking. If you ask a prosecutor, they will tell you that you are a sex offender. But who cares what they think. I sure don't. If you are not required to register as a sex offender then I would say that the law does not consider you a sex offender.
Once you are completely off of probation on all cases, the probation officer cannot make you do anything because you are no longer on probation. They have absolutely no power over you. Until that judge terminates you on the second case, however, you are still on probation so make sure you continue to do what is required of you until then.
I agree with my colleague that this is a ridiculous charge. Many people get Lasik and no longer need glasses or contacts but forget to change your license. You may want to go ahead and change your license before court then take your updated license to court and show the prosecutor. Hopefully, they will dismiss the charge.
The time limit for filing a motion to remand is set forth in the rules of criminal procedure. It is not something that you would see in a minute entry. It is 25 days from the arraignment or filing of the transcript, whichever is later. An attorney can request an extension to this time but the request must be made within the time period or it will likely be denied as untimely.
If you have been doing well on probation, you should speak with your probation officer about having them put in a Petition for early termination rather than you filing it yourself. The probation department usually will not do that until you have completed half of your probation. If the prosecutor gets notice that you are seeking early termination, he may object based upon the terms of the plea agreement. However, you have nothing to lose by trying.
If acceptance of the plea was "deferred" then you can get out of it. BUT YOU PROBABLY WANT TO GO MEET WITH A COUPLE OF ATTORNEYS TO GET A SECOND AND THIRD OPINION ABOUT YOUR CASE BECAUSE MAYBE GETTING OUT OF THE PLEA IS NOT WHAT IS IN YOUR BEST INTEREST. Once you get out of the plea, the prosecutor will likely be upset and may not offer you another plea OR may offer you a harsher plea. Never assume that getting another attorney will automatically get you a better plea. You need to contact a...
Go to the court and fill out a subpoena form. The Clerk of the Court will then stamp it and issue the subpoena. You must then get a process server to serve the subpoena on the officer. You can find a process server in the phone book or online.