I believe they each would benefit from an attorney, but the mother needs one for sure. Providing alcohol to a minor carries some fairly stiff penalties. Being a minor in possession by consumption is a crime, but it usually carries lower penalties.
The question also leads me to wonder how/why the police "showed up." I believe it would be in both parties best interests to consult an attorney. Both will want to explore the full situation with their attorney because there are frequently...
This is a case that probably should be tried. DUI is not the "slam-dunk" many people think it is. Under circumstances like these, it is extremely important to consult with an experienced DUI attorney, discuss all the facts and relevant circumstances, then proceed.
There are many ways to handle a case like the one you describe. I strongly recommend scheduling a consultation with an attorney. You should be prepared to bring all relevant paperwork with you.
It is likely that the state will not go forward without the victim. Probation is another matter altogether. Under the circumstances you describe, the state may go forward with the probation delinquency. You should contact an attorney to discuss the case in greater detail.
In Alabama, burglary is defined as the intrusion into a building with the intent to steal or commit a felony therein AND causing injury to a person inside. Your boyfriend is charged with a second degree assault, which is a felony. Therefore, the burglary charge may (or may not) fit the charge. However, it is interesting that the State also charged an assault in the third degree. If he were only guilty of an assault in the third degree, it would appear that the burglary charge would be...
Of course it can be contested. Initially, it is important to remember that there are a lot of facts not contained in your question. Competent counsel will ferret out additional facts which, frankly, will determine the success of the contest. Dissolution agreements must be reasonably equitable and not unconscionable. If you have really signed over "everything," it seems that a court might be receptive to an argument that the agreement is per se unconscionable.
Moreover, it is necessary...
You can be DUI from prescriptions, but it is difficult to prove. With prescriptions, serum levels are for important than the presence of metabolite. You will need an experienced trial attorney with experience in DUI law. You should consult with a local attorney as soon as possible.
You will want an attorney to assist you. In many cases, your attorney can negotiate a favorable settlement in which you could receive no further revocation. That is a good case scenario and not a prediction of the outcome of your individual case.
In my opinion, you should have an attorney help you. First of all, a professional should look at the case and the arrest to determine whether it may be in your best interests to fight the charge. Secondly, if appropriate, an attorney can help speed the process along. I know that here in Mobile, it is next to impossible for a non-lawyer to advance a court date.