It will depend on what allegations the officer is making. If he is alleging that drugs were involved also, could change things. I would call Jim Nesci in Tucson. he is one of the top DUI attorneys in the country and is in Tucson. he wrote the Arizona DUI Defense Guide. I am surre he does free consultations and can give you better advice than you can get from a quick posting.
Kevin is right on the money. Will not invalidate anything he does and technically, you could make a citizen's complaint against him to the mayor or city counsel or police chief. The squeaky wheel gets the attention.
You can file a police report with the Edmond PD but not sure they will do anything. Your remedy lies in civil court. You will need to hire an attorney and sue him for conversion which is basically saying he converted your property to his use.
If it was a 180 suspension, then it sounds like it was your first DUI. You will need to go to DPS and show them that you completed an alcohol assessment and completed the requirements. After you completed the requirements and returned to your assessor with proof of completion, the assessor should have given you a completion paper with a red stamp showing completed. You take to DPS with the reinstatement fee to get reinstated. HOWEVER.....if you received your DUI or APC after 11-1-2011 and...
If you pay the fine, it will be a conviction and will be on your record. Your best option to keep off your record is to contact a local attorney (don't get a city attorney from OKC or Tulsa as the cost in travel will be far more than the ticket). They should be able to look at the ticket and see if valid and set up a deferred sentence where it won't go on your record. JP Longacre is down in that area and would be a good place to start.
Every case is different but your boyfriend is looking at serious charges with significant jail time. That being said, the strength of the case as well as any issues involved can definitely affect the outcome of the case. There isn't anyway to properly answer your question without knowing the facts of the case, his background as well as which judge and district attorney's office he is dealing with. His attorney will the best one to answer the questions you have posed.
If someone witnessed the alleged transaction (providing illegal drugs) and they file a police report, the police could investigate and pursue charges. It was wise not to sign the document. If contacted by the police or anyone else asking questions....do not answer or discuss it at all. If the police contact you, politely refuse to talk to them and contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately. It is almost impossible to talk your way out of charges. The cops are talking to you because they...
In Oklahoma, there is some limitied discovery that will be provided to him before the prelim. However, under OK law, even though your attorney could file a discovery motion, the state doens't have to provide until 10 days before trial unless ordered otherwise by the court.
I would highly recommend getting an attorney that handle juvenile law. Although you may get him through the system without an attorney, you may be stuck in the system for a very long time. My experience with the juvenile system is that once they get you in the system...it is very difficult to complete everything and get out of the system as they keep adding or changing the "treatment plan"