You can refuse field sobriety test - walk and turn, one leg stand HGN etc but the chemical test of your blood breath or urine if refused could cause the lost of license for one year without a probationary license. However, it appears from your question that the state might have a probable cause issue which could result in you winning your case . You should hire a lawyer!
Your charges in 2009 ,if convicted, should have gotten you declared a habitual violator and your license suspended for 5 years. That being case, you are eligible for a probationary license 2 years after being declared HV. -after completion of state approved program ,interlock and paying the fees. Good luck
After being declared a habitual violator your license will be suspended for 5 years and you will possibility be able to get a,work permit after 2 years with the installation of an ignition interlock and full filling several requirements . Contact a lawyer after you get closer to the 2 year suspension period
Domestic violence charges are very serious charges , you should hire a lawyer ASAP. Dropping of charges will be up to the prosecutor , but with the help of a criminal,defense attorney you stand a good chance of getting pre trial diversion anger manage etc with possibility of no record. Also your wife can take the privilege - not be forced to testify . Get a Lawyer!
If you entered a plea in absentia to a felony , it will affect your immigration status , even if you where sentenced under the First Offender Act. If your bond was forfeited you might be able to get it set aside with the help of a lawyer.
Yes to the arrest. Must be honest on application . However you should contact DUI defense lawyer if your test results are negative your lawyer can most likely get your case dismissed and expunged from your record
You have only 3 years on probation. The other 3 years is running at same time. On a first offender sentence you may be able to terminate probation after serving half your sentence if you comply with all conditions and get your probation officer to agree. when you have completed that part of your sentence you should consult with an attorney to file a petition for first Offender discharge.
There is usually no bond for arrest on probation violation and your BF will,have to wait for the sentencing court to,schedule a hearing for probation violation, this can sometimes take 4-6 weeks depending on the courts schedule. It is to his benefit that he turned himself in but he is still,in violation for the positive test and taking monitor off. You should hire Defense attorney ASAP - they might be able to speed the hearing process up and find some mitigating factors