You have picked up a new offense - VC 14601.2, driving on a suspended license due to a dui - which comes with a mandatory minimum jail sentence of 10 days.
You also face a Probation Violation hearing for the various reasons you are in violation of your probation, including picking up the new offense.
Having not complied with any of the terms of probation, the Court and the City/District Attorney likely will find this highly aggravating.
You should consult in confidence with an attorney as to potential mitigating factors (ie. hardships and reasons you couldn't comply with the Court's probation terms.etc...if you have time before the next court date you should immediately attend as many AA's as possible, pay as much of the Court fees as possible...etc...) in order to put up the best defense possible against the significant Jail sentence that the Court and the City/District Attorney undoubtedly are seeking in this case.
Driving while your license is suspended as a result of DUI is mandatory 10 minimum jail sentence. You have not complied with any AA Meetings; pay fines or community service. In essence you were put on probation and failed to take advantage of it. You violated the terms of your probation and then drove when your license was suspended. I would suggest before you go to court, you start attending AA meetings- as many as you can. I am not certain if you can do any community service without a re-referral from the court. Gather your funds in the event you are allowed to pay fines. You might be facing jail time instead. You need an attorney to help possibly get you back on probation.
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You need to meet with an attorney to discuss the particular facts of your traffic stop. There are occasionally defenses to these things, even if you are on probation and even if you are subject to so-called search terms. Between now and the time you meet with an experienced criminal defense attorney, you should attend as many of the AA meetings as you can. You should also save as much as you can to pay toward fines and fees. If you are able to obtain your driver's license, that will also help.
Between possible defenses and your ability to bring yourself quickly into compliance with the court's orders, a good attorney may be able to help you avoid the worst of it.