The answer is maybe. The issue is that you now have a Driving Under Restraint charge, and your restraint (originally) was for alcohol. That carries a minimum of 30 days jail if it is a first offense.
Secondary to that is, that if you plead guilty to the DUR charge, it will likely revoke the deferred judgment and send you to jail for the suspended sentence.
You seriously need to consider hiring an attorney to help you through this, or apply for a public defender (if you cannot afford an attorney) BEFORE you do anything else.
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