Welcome to JustAnswer.
I'm sorry that you were so unlucky that the state trooper showed up. To answer your questions:
My court date is coming up very soon and would like to know that since the State Trooper didn't put my NCDL on the citation when I was placed under arrest is that grounds for dismissal?
The drivers license number has nothing to do with the DUI charge. The trooper does not have to put a DL number on the ticket. It is for identification purposes only.
If so, then what are some steps that I have to take in order to have it dismissed, and if not, then what are some helpful advice that you could give me to try to bet this?
My advice is to hire a lawyer. You are not going to beat it by representing yourself, and you should be able to find one to handle a first time DUI for a lot less than $4,700. In my experience pre-paid legal is a scam. I have never seen a lawyer from pre-paid legal come to court. The most I have ever seen them do is make a phone call.
The reality is almost no first time DUI goes to trial
even with the highest paid attorney. That's because they are usually hard to win and the offer on a guilty plea is so much less than what you would face if convicted at trial. The most important thing hiring a lawyer will do is having them negotiate the best deal possible for you.