You need to let your current lawyer know you got arrested again. One of the most important conditions of bond is that you do not get arrested again. It is highly likely that the prosecutor on your trafficking charge will file a motion to revoke your bond. The judge has discretion to deny the state's motion but you need to be prepared for the worst. Hopefully your lawyer can pull it off for you. If you do not have an attorney for a serious charge like trafficking, you need to get one ASAP.
You will very likely be rearrested for violating your conditions of bond on the trafficking charge. Since trafficking is a VERY serious charge and a DUI also has serious long term ramifications, I am hoping you have an attorney. If not, call me as I practice in Tampa.
Let me give you an answer based on my experience. When I was a prosecutor, and someone who was out on bond got re-arrested, what I would do is wait until a day or so before the next court date on the earliest in time case. Then I would file a motion to revoke bond on the earlier case based on the new arrest. I would only do this if the new case was such that I believed it could be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, and there were no issues with the stop or arrest.
The issue would likely be heard at the court date, and 99 times out of 100 the Judge would revoke the bond.
The other advice given here is excellent. It is important to let your attorney know about the new arrest. Often times you can get an outcome for both cases that discounts the penalty you would receive if you were sentenced to 2 separate offenses.
Good luck to you!
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