None of your story surprises me with regard to the TX BNE's longstanding reputation of convict now, ask questions later (or not at all.)
The best part of your story is how you've had 4 DWI's but the most recent one dated back to 1991.
So to me, that means that either you've made some serious positive changes in your life and have stuck with them for a long time, or you've just been very, very lucky to not have been caught for......15 years ??!!!
I sure am glad that my taxes and semi-annual Texas RN licensure fees are paying salaries to people who spend their work day worrying about and scrutinizing a licensee who hasn't had any problems for 15 years.
On top of it, paying a basically absent case manager who is so out of touch with a licensee that they wouldn't even know if substance abuse problems currently existed for the person in question.
I have a friend who is not a nurse, but is currently going through probation for a first-time DWI here in TX. He can never get in touch with his PO, only gets her voice mail. Every appointment he asks her about doing his community service because he wants to get it out of the way.
For months she has kept on saying "I'll get back to you on that."
After pressuring her during his last appointment (since his probation will be finished next month) she finally got the ball rolling and set it up for him.
Then she slid in with a "By the way, if you don't finish your community service by the end of your probation period, it will get extended."
Way to go Texas!
I genuinely feel for what you are going through and wish that it could get handled in a much better and more productive way.