First, you need an attorney to evaluate your case. You may be entitled to seek a larger recovery than you are aware of. There is no simple formula. Your recovery should be determined based on the specific facts in your case.
You definitely have some issues that need to be evaluated. You need to speak with an attorney about your case as soon as possible. You are likely facing an administrative suspension on your license or driving privileges in GA, and you have a limited amount of time to request a hearing on the suspension. It sounds like you may have some defenses to whether you refused or not and possibly other challenges that could result in beating the charges. The most important thing you could do, is meet...
Your charges are serious. You should speak with an attorney about your case immediately. The penalties for the charges of revoked license and leaving the scene may carry jail time depending on your history. I would advise you to speak privately with an attorney about your case.
I agree with my colleagues. You need an attorney. In answer to your question, Miranda must be read prior to custodial interrogation. Based on your post, this does not seem to be an issue, but speak with a DUI attorney about your case.
I agree with my colleagues. I would add that immigrants and non-immigrants have unique consequences to criminal activity. I would suggest speaking with a criminal defense attorney in your area familiar with those consequences or at least seek the advice of an immigration attorney prior to entering a plea.
You need to get an attorney. Misdemeanors in GA are punished at up to 12 months in jail, up to $1,000 fine and maximum punishment of both. Each offense can subject you to this punishment. Some or all of the sentence may be probated or suspended. The sentence can be run concurrently or consecutively. It would be unwise not to have an attorney represent you in this matter.
Yes you should speak with an experienced immigration lawyer. There are many issues that old arise in an adjustment petition that you may not recognize. An attorney will be able to guide you through the process and recognize any difficulties that may not be very apparent. Congratulations on the marriage. Best wishes.
Simple Battery is a misdemeanor in GA. There are additional consequences for the family violence act designation. A conviction will have long term consequences beyond the potential criminal fines and sentencing. The best thing you can do is to speak with an attorney about the specific facts of your case.