Can you give us lotto numbers to play,lol? It isn’t unusual to have stacked charges at the outset of an arrest or investigation. You hear it in the news “Person X is facing 242 years in prison.” Based on max punishment for all charges. As Ed described much of the charges are unwarranted, the conduct is covered sufficiently under other charges, or the behavior does not rise to the level of charge, or the elements of the offense simply cannot be made on each charge (28 years, law enforcement). What is left over, easily or reasonably proved, or easy enough to convince a judge or jury (sadly), remains. Time is a huge mitigation. Conduct since offense is another huge mitigation. I read plenty appeals granted favorably overturning denials similar in nature. Your eligibility remains. Slightly different than saying you will be approved. In other words you are not permanently disqualified.