The soonest possible you can apply for early termination of probation is half the probationary period. After that is granted you can apply for the 1203.4. Once you are off probation you can try to seal your record but you may want an attorney if you were supposed to be crime free for 5 years.
Yes there is always a chance. You will not get this dismissed on your own if charges are filed. You can also be looking at the speed enhancement that has 60 days mandatory jail time or even an 11550 that would be 90 days jail with a DUI. Do yourself a favor and hire an attorney. Yes there can be issues with these cases. Also if you passed the fst test you would not have been arrested. An Olympic gymnast would fail these tests.
The “stop” and interaction with the police officer will most likely be viewed by the court as being lawful as it was just a welfare check. It really does not make a difference that the property was private property or not. You are facing a classic no drive defense. The prosecuting attorney will not believe your story and you will need to hire an attorney that is willing to take this case to trial. I have tried several of these cases as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney. These cases...
You need to hire an attorney that specializes in wrongful foreclosure law. You appear to have several issues and only a trained professional will be able to assist you. If you received the discharge I am not sure what the issue you have with the relief from stay as there is no stay in place anymore.
You have multiple records Once record is your criminal record, what you got expunged. Understand it does not seal your record. An expungement does not affect anything on your DMV record that is 100% separate and will stay for 10 years no matter what you do.