The reckless, obstruction, and following too close don't count for habitual violator. The other ones do (DUI, fleeing/eluding, and hit and run). If you pled guilty to all of them, you'd be a habitual violator even though it was one single incident. You need a good attorney to negotiate on your behalf and get some of these charges dismissed or merged into the greater offense. There might also be some good defenses to your case that you need to explore before taking any kind of plea.
Make sure you're not convicted of the DUI, Fleeing, Reckless, and Hit ad Run altogether. 3 or more of these convictions in a 5 year period is not good.
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You are in some serious trouble! DUI, Fleeing& Eluding and Hit & Run can all count toward a Habitual Violator (HV). The others don't. You need to be concerned about going to JAIL and not necessarily about your status as a habitual violator. The Habitual Violator status issue will work itself out in the end. If you are not convicted of the predicate offenses then you won't have to worry about HV status. You need to hire the best DUI/Criminal Defense Attorney that is available to you ASAP! Your FREEDOM is on the line! Good Luck!
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