At the very least you should speak with a few local attorneys. You also have the DMV hearing that you must schedule within 10 days from the date of your arrest. DO NOT forget to schedule a DMV hearing if you don't hire an attorney.
Even if they found you on the side of the road and not actually driving they can establish driving if there are certain facts present. I handle matters like this in Riverside and they will push hard against you. Hire an attorney to fight the case. It sounds like they took blood. It will take a while to get results back from the lab.
I am a San Diego attorney and the Judges down here usually allow individuals to complete their programs out of county or out of state. If you get a private attorney you will not even have to appear in court. This could off-set the cost of hiring an attorney. You should at least contact a few of us local attorneys to see if you could afford our payment plans.
Yes the court will know and they will issue a warrant for your arrest for violating probation. You can hire an attorney to go into court for you and argue for an extension. That helps avoid you being taken into custody. The fact you completed all other programs is a positive factor so bring proof of completion to show the Judge.
It is a bench warrant issued by the Judge for failing to appear in court. The cops could come to your house and arrest you. Also if you get pulled over or have any other type of police contact and they run your name they may arrest you if they find the warrant. Get an attorney to go to court and recall the warrant and handle the DUI. Or you could try to do this yourself but I do not recommend it.
The best outcome you could get is a dismissal. To know if that is a possibilty you should speak with a few local dui attorneys. A second dui within 10 years of your first come with a minimum of 96 hours in custody.
Your best bet might be through the DMV process. Request a hearing, you only have 10 days to do so. They will send you discovery, often times before the arraignment date. Some counties post the results online but that is rare. If you cannot get it either of those ways then you can continue your arraignement so you can get the results before you enter a plea. But it is best to get an attorney, have him enter a not guilty plea, and have him request discovery. There may be additional things that...