At a motion, the judge will take evidence and make a decision. You can subpoena witnesses to any motion where the judge has to make a factual finding. If objected to, declarations are hearsay and are generally not admitted unless there is some particular reason for the judge to consider them and the opposition allows. Oftentimes, the attorneys don't object to declarations so they come in as if they were evidence. You definitely need to have an attorney.
1. Shut up, especially in public forums.
2. Get counsel. They can build quite a case from this. Especially if you have priors.
3. The Rosamond doctors all know the number for the CHP.
4. Diabetic, drinking, accidents, leaving hospitals, with priors? Take a good look at where you are in life.