I am glad to hear that your case is likely to be dismissed as you'd always believed it should have been.
1) What documents (complaint, indictment, dismissal, etc.) do I need to show/prove to civil lawyer or AG/DA (for criminal complaint) so they will look at my case?
I could not tell you what a civil lawyer will need, never having been one. Certainly, however, any documents you have will be helpful.
2) Am I entitled to all documents that the DA has on my original criminal case against me?
Your lawyer should have substantial discovery material by now. You are entitled to copies of all of the paperwork he has, and if you ask him for it, he should give it to you.
3) When and how do I obtain the DA records
The DA has an obligation to turn over discovery material to the defense. This case has been indicted and has been pending long enough so that he should already have most of what would be provided. As indicated earlier, the easiest way to get them is to get your lawyer to give you copies. If your lawyer doesn't have them, he can ask for them on your behalf.
Other than that, your civil lawyer can subpoena them. Don't think for a minute that the DA is going to turn over their file to a defendant, even one who has been completely exonorated. As you will probably be including the police, etc., in any action for wrongful arrest and malicious prosecution, your position is adversarial. But even if that weren't so, you don't get to see your whole file. Much of what's in there is privileged and work product.
4)Lastly, Can I file RICO charges since there were 2 partners involved trying to intimidate/coerce/discredit me if I go to the AG to have them investigated for fraud? They fabricated my their case against me premptively and to discredit me. What are the requirement for RICO relating to business (non-drug/mafia)
You can certainly go to the AG to have these people investigated for Fraud, or file an online complaint. You can't press RICO charges. A prosecutor can. All you can do is to speak to one on the state and/or Federal level and report the criminal activity. From there, it is up to them to see whether they wish to take this on.
RICO is an area with which I've had nothing to do during the course of my practice, as I did not handle much white collar
crime. I'm not recommending this law firm, about which I also know absolutely nothing, but it does provide a nice overview of the Federal Rico statute
. You can get the idea of what would have to be alleged and proved in either venue.