In short, yes. There are a number of felonies that may fit the circumstances you describe well enough to lead to an arrest. Whether there would be sufficient evidence to prove you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt is another question altogether. Certainly you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible so that he/she can evaluate all of the circumstances.
The fine will vary depending on what agency arrested you - i.e. the Oxford Police, University Police or Highway Patrol. A refusal DUI simply means that in addition to potential criminal penalties if found guilty, you will also have your license administratively suspended for 90 days for refusing to submit to the breath test.
Advice not to take the breath test is generally good advice, and your case is likely more easily defended because of your decision. My suggestion is that you hire an...
A DUI First offense is generally a misdemeanor offense unless there is an aggravating factor which escalates the charge to a felony. Assuming that your DUI charge is a misdemeanor offense, you certainly are free to take a trip as long as you appear on the scheduled court date. Likewise, you are free to move out of state even if convicted if you comply with the conditions placed on you by the court.
Additionally, I question where your assumption of five years probation comes from. A DUI...
Yes, it is worth it to hire an attorney. I have no doubt what will happen if you appear alone on the arraignment date and plead guilty. With an attorney, however, there are a number of ways that this may be resolved in your favor.
I hope the rest of the formal was enjoyable (people in town have heard about this already)! I agree with the previous response, and would add that speaking with an attorney is advisable. You can go to the link below for some additional information about "possession".
First, I would suggest consulting an attorney so that they can evaluate the facts fully. To answer your question in part, I can tell you that generally the age of consent in Mississippi is 16. However, there are some exceptions to this rule, particularly in cases where one party is in a "position of authority" over the other, thus my recommendation that you consult counsel.