If there was a dashboard camera, your attorney will be able to get the recording. The agencies in your area do not all have those cameras. They like to be able to say what they want without an independent record of it. I practice criminal defense in your area, so feel free to contact my office to make an appointment to discuss representation.
Generally, you do not have to answer the door unless they have a warrant. There are exceptions, some of which are (1) they believe that someone inside is in danger or (2) they are in hot pursuit of an individual.
Your question doesn't give as much information as I'd like. At age 19, a child is typically emancipated so I will assume that there is no ongoing obligation. Even if that is the case, a court still has the power to enforce its orders.
In other words, if there is an arrearage, the court can still punish the parent if they fail to pay on the past-due amount. I strongly recommend you contact an attorney to advise you more fully as you could potentially be looking at jail time. Good luck.
Your question does not give enough information for an accurate answer to be given. Typically, though, the best course of action would be to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can advise you as to your obligations. It is very important to get this right so that you do not run the risk of being charged with Failure to Register, which is usually a Class D Felony in Indiana.
It depends on what the debt is. If the debt is dischargeable, you have a much better chance of being able to avoid paying it. You should definitely talk to a bankruptcy lawyer. However, if the debt is part of a family law case, you should make sure that the bankruptcy lawyer is experienced in family law as well.
You should hire an attorney. DUI is typically a criminal charge of a Class A or Class C misdemeanor in Indiana, unless it is enhanced for some reason. The A misdemeanor means that you can get up to a year in jail. If convicted, you will probably have probation as part of your sentence where you will need to get an alcohol evaluation and follow up with counseling. Good luck.
If the case is in Steuben County, there is a good chance they will offer you a misdemeanor. You should contact an attorney who is experienced in criminal defense in Steuben County. Feel free to call me to schedule an appointment.
One can be required to serve a jail sentence for violating the house arrest terms (whether through a Community Corrections program or as part of probation). The prosecutor can also, in some circumstances, file a criminal charge in addition. You should speak with a knowledgeable attorney to help determine what is happening.
You should contact the Volunteer Lawyer Program of Indiana. They sometimes will represent indigent people on family law cases. I have attached a link.
You should ask the attorney about filing a guardianship. Good luck.