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COBOL is a condition I your probation and you failed to comply you could be viatwd on that basis. However, you are also probably ordered to obey all laws and getting a new offense o driving under the influence is a separate basis for you to possibly be violated.
Were you named in the police report too? You also don't mention if you were fighting each other or people that are not part of your group. It is unclear what you mean by "they got caught." If the charges were not filed due to lack of evidence and you were named as a potential defendant then it is possible you will not be charged in the future. You have not provided quite enough information to thoroughly answer your question.
I am not sure what the codes are you refer to, however, the other information you mention means he will spend a minimum of 12 years in prison and a maximum of life. Should he be released from prison he will be on parole and must check in with his parole officers.
Unless you have a warrant and the police know who you are and what you look like, there is no way for them to identify you when you attend the trial. When you go through security your identification is not checked so your name is not obtained.
If you are connected to the case and the police are familiar with you and you have a warrant, yes, you could be arrested while in court.
The charges of HS 11351 and HS 11352 are ineligible because they are straight felony charges. A charged offense must be a "wobbler" (either chargeable as a misdemeanor or a felony) in order for it to be reduced. Since they are straight felony charges they are statutorily ineligible for reduction.
Not necessarily. The prior convictions come into play for those who have previously been convicted and any sentence for new crimes may be increased depending on the previous offense, the length of time since it was committed and the degree of participation in the group offense. However, the degree of participation for all parties involved is a major factor in the sentence for each of them.