It is unclear what you got arrested for the 4th time, and that will make a lot of difference re: how someone responds to this post. If you are currently on probation for the PTI case, your new charge(s) may get your probation revoked. I advise that you hire a criminal defense attorney or apply for a public defender as soon as possible, because the sooner you get in control of this new case, the easier it may be to try controlling damage on the other one. Good luck.
I'm not sure what your question is, but if you are still in the diversion, and complete it successfully, the charges against you will be dismissed. If you were thrown out of the program you will have to start your case over, or if they were holding a plea of guilty for you they will enter that plea on your behalf.
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A good attorney would tell you to take a close look at what is going on with your life currently that is causing these multiple arrests. You need to get ahead of this not only because you can end up with serious criminal consequences, but because you deserve better for your future. Definitely get some good legal representation right away before it's too late, but also try some solid reflection. Maybe counseling, AA, or something to get you out of this rut. No judgments - just experience talking. Good luck to you.
It depends. It depends on the new charge, it depends on where it happened and what evidence the State has to use against you. Without further detail it would be impossible to give you a clear cut answer.