You need to speak with an attorney if you can. Violating a restraining order or protection order is a serious offense. Even if she was texting you first you can still be in trouble as well. You need to speak with an attorney or get a court appointed attorney to look at all the facts and let you know what your options are.
It's good that you have an attorney working for you on the case. It is possible that they revoke your probation and make you serve the terms of your underlying sentence. I would recommend doing any and everything your attorney tells you. And don't do anything else to violate the terms of your probation.
As Mr. Davies stated, as of July 1st, it could be possible to get that offense removed. There is a 10 year waiting period, but expungement could be an option in the future, where before July 1, 2011, it was not possible at all to expunge a dui from your record. Contact a Kansas attorney to help you address your possible options.
Situations like yours come up quite often. First order of business, hire an attorney who handles cases in Manhattan. The court is likely open to working with you as they would like their money, and they don't really have any way to penalize you except for keeping the hold on your license. It's likely an attorney would be able to get something worked out for you involving payment of fines, and potentially some additional monitoring time with the court.
The decision on whether or not to dismiss the case rests solely with the Prosecutor. You can approach them with your wishes, and it's possible that they may choose to dismiss. If your bf does have an attorney I would agree with Attorney Lewis that you should consult them as soon as possible.
Yes this is very common. The first test at the car is a PBT (Preliminary Breath Test). There are numerous types of machines that police use for this test, they are notoriously inaccurate, which is why as Attorney Lewis said they aren't admissible against you for guilty or innocence. However the test at the station is an Intoxilyzer 8000, and is admissible in KS as long as the proper procedures were followed. Consult a local attorney to discuss your case in more detail.