It is best if the individual who pled guilty speaks directly with an attorney. If you wish to be present and the individual allows it then fine. A copy of the certificate of disposition and the conditions of probation should be brought to the attorney.
1. Prestige is a relative term, not a legal question.
2. Should have no impact on second DWI becoming a felony. Second conviction is always an impact on a plea deal depending on what e first conviction was for,
3. Non drinking or random alcohol or drug test can be a condition for probation.
Speak with an attorney with more details and facts for more information.
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You ask a lot of important questions. Unfortunately, they cannot all be answered in such a limited format. The fact that you plead down once already does affect future plea deals as well as sentencing recommendations. Consult an attorney immediately.
Here you should have some answers,
I agree with the above 2 attorneys.
I think asking the right question is better then a hundred answers
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)