I presume you have an attorney. That is the person you should be having this converzation with as they have an intimate knowledge of the strengths and weaknesses of your case.
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Please tell me that you have an attorney or are represented by a public defender. I ask this because it sounds like you are trying to figure this out on your own. Please, please get an attorney. As far as your question about what chance there are of dismissal, I would say that there is no chance in the prosecutor just dropping all charges. Trial is a gamble, you never know how things shake out. Without knowing more specific details it is hard to tell. Get a consultation from an experienced attorney, this is too high stakes, don't do this on the cheap.
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Much more information is needed. The eluding, if your post is correct, can be defended. The second degree is based on the MV violation. This can be defended and makes for a weak State's case. Most of this may also be on dash camera. PTI on the eluding is not a bad offer. You may be able to negotiate the guilty plea entry. The DWI is a seperate issue and the refusal the more difficult of the two. Call with more information.
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