Well, yes you can and certainly should hire an attorney, but honestly, I'd say the odds of the attorney being able to keep you out of jail altogether are not great. You might end up with a somewhat better sentence, but apparently you didn't take that whole thing seriously about committing no other offenses, and yeah, you can very definitely go to jail for that. If I understand this correctly, after your first round of all this, which you got lucky and got forgiven, you somehow managed to pick up SEVEN new offenses in less than a month, two of them Class B drug charges. Ticket or not, you can get six months in jail for each of those, by the way. Honestly, as long as they file the MRP before the deadline, I cannot imagine the circumstances under which you're not going to end up in jail if those marihuana charges are at all valid (and maybe even if they're not), so "get your affairs in order", as they say.
From your convoluted description one thing emerges clearly:
you must retain a good crininal defense attorney in your jurisdictions to successfully address your elaborate conduct.
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You definitely need a lawyer. The new charges are significant and there is a great chance that the State will push the judge to revoke your probation. Also, a conviction for POM will result in the suspension of your driver's license.