You need to contact a lawyer in the Moultrie area. Your situation involves substantial risk of incarceration because it is your thrid offense. You are facing I.C.E. issues and your status in this country may be impacted.
You will need to discuss this with a local attorney that can actually help. The ADA in Morgan County is tuff. Call us after the holidays and I will be happy to speak with you about these issues. Look at my profile to learn more about my practice...I do a lot of work in that circuit and we get great results. Good luck.
It is difficult to answer your question fully without having more information about what happened in the case. The short answer to your question is that the officer is required to read implied consent befoer requesting a breath sample. If you refused and were still compelled to take the test then a challenge to the test result and the testing procedure may well be in order.
Your "girlfriend" is considered a child and cannot consent to any relations with you under Georgia law. The child molestation and enticing laws are very broad and could certainly cause you tremendous problems. There is no safe and legal way for a 19 year old to "date" a 15 year old in the State of Georgia.
What you are attempting to do is not just a matter of filling out forms. If you cannot afford a local lawyer to help you with this yet then make a budget and try to save some money until you can hire a lawyer. You will be better served than trying to figure it out for yourself.
Contact the victim assistant in the District Attorney's Office for the county the warrant has been issued in. In Georgia we have a Victim's Compensation program in Georgia that may help you (see the link below). Also the prosecutor can seek restitution for any outstanding medical bills as part of any sentence the offender receives. I hope this helps.
No. Your claim would be one for alienation of affection and only a few states in the United States still allow alienation of affection lawsuits.
These states, as of 12/2009, are: Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota, and Utah. The list may have grown even shorter. Georgia has abolished such claims.
It seems very unlikely that you will be able to succeed in a suit against the city. There are various levels of immunity that apply to municipal governments, the courts and law enforcement agencies in Georgia and these factors, among others, will impede your efforts.
You friend needs to arrange to speak to an experienced criminal defense lawyer. There are several on this site. He is facing serious potential touble even if he does get charged with a misdemeandor it is not the kind of charge he wants on his record.