I agree with the other attorneys - you will not be eligible for deferred entry of judgment under PC 1000 because you have a prior conviction; however, you may be eligible for prop 36 or drug court. Speak with an attorney - either retained or public defender. Charges do not "drop off" your record.
Are you asking if they committed a criminal act? Or if they may have some type of liability as a result of giving you the wrong dosage? You just make a blanket statement that they gave the wrong dosage and won't do an inventory - what are you looking for?
As you describe the incident it does sound like you are charged with commercial burglary - entering into a business with the intent to steal. This charge alone is not considered a strike but the fact that you indicate having two prior strikes puts you into the 25 - life category.
As a juvenile, any adjudication you receive is not public record; however, any arrest is still documented unless your request that it be destroyed (even when it is requested the request is not always granted). It is a process and you would be advised to hire an attorney to handle it for you.
Your question is vague. When you say they succeed in filing a false stolen vehicle report do you mean they made a report to the police only or do you mean the district attorney filed charges against you?
If there has only been a police report filed then the district attorney will review the report and decide whether to file. If the district attorney has filed charges against you then you need an attorney to represent you.
I agree with the other attorneys but also suggest that you include a signed declaration how the conviction negatively affects you life - it gives the judge something to stand on as far as a reason to dismiss.
I agree, ask your attorney. You say you are "currently" being charged with HS 11378 and 11379 indicating that you don't yet have a conviction - it is unclear whether you are referring to an arraignment date or pretrial or preliminary hearing.
If I am interpreting your question correctly, you are asking if the governor can pardon you after a conviction for violating PC 211. The simple answer is yes; the likelihood that it will happen is slim.
No, do not read anything into the length of time that has passed. The district attorney wanted additional information in order to make a filing decision. The case is vreturned to the law enforcement agency for follow up. It is not unheard of for a case to get shuffled and temporarily forgotten. Not to mention, the length of time and amount of investigation may very well depend upon the charges that are being considered.