The U.S. Constitution gives you the right to pre-trial release, however this right is not absolute. In some cases the State may ask that the Defendant be held until trial. When that happens, the Defendant has a right to request a hearing pursuant to State v. Arthur, 390 So.2d 717 (Fla. 1980). The standard the State has to prove to keep the Defendant in custody is that "proof of guilt is evident and presumption is great". That is a very high standard. Everyone who is denied bail has a right...
Yes, submit your change of address immediately. Although it may not have any consequences, technically you have violated immigration regulations. But have no fear, they will probably just look the other way.
I'm sure that if you are booking an airplane ticket, an attraction ticket, a hotel room, a cruise, etcetera, you will pay the customary price. Why then do you want to cut the fee of an attorney that will surely get you much more than you will get on your own? You are paying for a service and that service has a price. Attorneys have to pay for overhead, taxes, investigators, insurance, marketing, etc. However, I'm sure you could find someone willing to accept a reduced fee. Keep looking.
You have to provide the insurance information. That does not mean that they will be successful against you in the underlying case, but if you fail to provide the requested information pursuant to statute, they could have a separate cause of action against you. Additionally, your insurance company has a duty to defend you, so you should just turn the letter to your insurance agent.
With the limited information you have provided it is difficult to asses whether the State's case is strong enough for a conviction. Meanwhile, you should be aware that testimonial evidence is legally sufficient for a conviction; what you should do is hire a competent criminal defense attorney to investigate and advise you properly. Good luck.
Don't waste your time suing criminals, for one, their activity is not covered by insurance, and two, if they are engaging in criminal activity, they likely judgment-proof. What you could do is make sure to tell the prosecuting attorney to make it a condition of any plea offer to them that you get paid for your losses. You may even be entitled to compensation from the victims' fund. Good luck.