The restitution statute in Florida uses the language joint and several liability.
This means if there are one or 10 codefendants each codefendant is responsible for the amount in the entirety.
The fact that the restitution amount has not been paid in full even though you paid your portion can be the basis for a violation of probation.
However, most judges are pragmatic they will give you additional time to pay the amount or hold the other codefendant responsible for an accelerated payment...
Probably the easiest tool for a non-lawyer to use would be Fastcase. It is a application both on the computer and on your iPhone.
But giving you good constructive possession cases Is like giving a flight manual to someone who's never flown an F-16 before. You may have all the right materials but making it work for you when it needs to save your record is another thing.
Do yourself a favor and hired experienced criminal defense lawyer who handles constructive possession cases every day.
Typically there are no travel restrictions on misdemeanor probation.
However, if you have a DUI conviction it makes traveling to certain countries, like Canada difficult.
I would contact an immigration attorney.
Typically universities are allowed to contact your parents for criminal offenses that take place on campus.
As for whether or not they can take away your ticket privileges it should be written in your student handbook under alcohol-related offenses.
First of all you would have to be on someone's witness list either the states or the defenses. Additionally one of the lawyers would have to call you as a witness.
Even though it would make a Perry Mason moment a witness cannot come from the gallery walk into the court room and Demand to testify even if it's in the interest of justice.