If you entered a guilty plea to the DUI, you have30 days from the date of the plea to file and appeal in county court. If that time has passed, then you are out of luck, especially because municipal and justice courts are not court of record. Did you sign and fill out a waiver of rights? Did you sign and fill out a waiver of attorney? Being a veteran, I am one too, doesn't grant you any special privileges or rights. So without more information, it seems like you need to talk to a local...
As long as at the time of indictment that person has two DUI convictions that person can be prosecuted for felony DUI. DUI defense is very fact specific and scientific, that person needs to find an experiences DUI attorney.
The VA courts will notify FL of the suspension and interlock requirements. Also the VA court will be the one who will decide your limited driving status while on interlock so make sure that you get that addressed before you leave VA. Or you will find yourself having to make additional trips to do so.
Employee will most likely not be an employee much longer and can be prosecuted. Employee needs to decide whether there is enough facts and evidence to continue working there and possibly be required I take lie detector tests. Under no circumstances should staff member make any statements without speaking to independent counsel.
Your humanitarian parole, income tax refund and child support issues are with three separate and I associated agency. Your. child support issue is a state Dept. Of Human Services matter and they don't care about your ability to work and/or work authorization. Your income tax refund and withholding is an federal IRS issue and will continue to withhold every year until you become current. Your humanitarian parole is temporary and "limbo" status is a mischaracterization. You were granted...
Unless you want to pursue charges against your child for credit card fraud the only option is to call the merchant and see if they will work with you, even though they are under no obligation to do so.
If you were served the subpoena, whichever party subpoenaed you will have you as a witness. However once you arrive you can be served with a subpoena by the other party. Then you will be held by both parties until released by the court.
It doesn't matter when she got pregnant, if she had intercourse with the person before she turn 16 it is statutory rape. If he was in a position if authority, the the minimum age is 18. And if used a computer to entice the child it is also 18 and a separate charge. Either way this person needs to seek counsel because the pregnancy date may not be the date they use and sex cases carry a day for day sentence.