The fact that you are facing two felonies and one is a sale case makes the plea somewhat fair, even taking into account your lack of criminal history. You cannot appeal the offer, though you could try to vent your complaint to his or her supervisor, which is likely to get you nowhere. Your recourse with a bad plea is vindicating your right to a jury trial. You might do much better in combatting the problem by having counsel, but you say you have no money. Ask for a Public Defender then.
Your attorney cannot have the 411 on something that is not available. Blood draw results must be analyzed and take time. Consequently, they are only released after the lab has analyzed it. In contrast, Intoxilyzer results are immediatley availble.
Unless you fancy some substantial time in prison, do not go down for an interview. Police will use all kinds of strategems to get you to speak with them that are often permitted. This could be one. Hire counsel to communicate with the officer and try to get what you need out of the case. Whether you go or ignore the officer and not hire counsel to help, you may find yourself in a worse position. However, speaking with the officer is your worst possible option.
It means simply that the charges have not yet been filed. It may, but does not necessarily mean that the charges will never be filed. This is a critical time for you to consider hiring counsel. At this point, counsel can investigate the issue to help prevent the charges from ever being filed, if possible.
Federal appellate courts are Circuit Courts of Appeal. Circuit Court in Florida is the state Court with general jurisdiction over $15k for Covil and felonies for criminal courts). It is the equivalent to CA Superior Courts. The same level courts in the federal system are district courts as they are in state courts on Colorado. The moral of this story is that each sovereign can call its courts whatever it wants to call them. A defendant cannot enter a plea in any appellate courts. The...
Your probation cannot be revoked for receiving a new charge. The violation process begins after you receive a new charge. You will have a hearing on the violation of probation in which te prosecution has to prove the new offense or other basis for the violation. The hearing will be very short if you are found guilty of the new crime in that new case by pleading guilty or having your guilt determined by jury or judge. Hire counsel to handle both cases.
You need both. Hire a local criminal defense attorney to defend your husband and give him the best chance of avoiding deportation (removal). Consult with an immigration attorney to have a plan B, if your husband loses his criminal case. www.taubcriminaldefense.com