It depends. What was the nature of the hearing and the identity of the State agency?
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In addition to the other answers, this is really something that you should be discussing in person with a criminal defense attorney; especially now that you have been arrested, are facing criminal charges, and have an upcoming hearing.
Get a private attorney or ask for the public defender.
An administrative law judge's ruling is not binding in a criminal court, and there is no "double jeopardy" issue. The evidence taken at an administrative hearing is cross-admissible into a criminal case provided the material conforms to the Rules of Evidence as applied to criminal cases (including hearsay and hearsay exceptions).