Attorney Daley is correct. You need to sit down with an experienced criminal defense attorney to discuss all of your options in a confidential setting. There are many excellent ones here on AVVO. Good luck.
Despite all of the scientific evidence linking nicotine to cancer your beef with the cigarette company is ink in their nicotine delivery device? Seriously, get your priorities straight. But to answer your questionm no you probably do not have a case against Marlboro and would not be able to find a lawyer to take them on with the millions of dollars they have at their disposal from the sale of their product to defend themselves against lawsuits.
Yes. You have been arrested. Failure to provide Miranda warnings have no impact upon the validity of an arrest. It can only impact the attempted introduction of statements made by the arrestee after being taken into custody at trial.
You are facing 2 different suspensions. The first one is triggered by your arrest and you can contest that by requesting an administrative hearing held at the DMV. The second suspension would be triggered by a guilty plea in the superior court. If you have any hope at all it would be through the efforts of a skilled dwi attorney representing you. The suspension periods are set by statute. There is no provision to "shorten" the time. You either prevail and receive no suspension whatsoever or you...