Officers are not normally required to read you your Miranda rights on a DUI stop and detention. However, if you were subject to a custodial interrogation and you made incriminating statements the officer may have violated your rights.
You should call a local attorney who specializes in DUI to assist you with your defense and the issues surrounding the refusal allegation.
My colleagues are correct, there is an interstate compact among almost all DMVs in the Union. Go online and seek out the services of an attorney in GA. The suspension in GA will hit CA at some point and the DMV here will send you notice of the suspension.
The fee, fine, on your citation is set by the uniform bail schedule for traffic infractions. You will get the amount when the court sends a courtesy notice.
You should not just pay the ticket. Consider your options, are you traffic school eligible, do you want to fight it with or without an attorney. Also, you may opt for a trial by declaration.
Seek out the a advice of a local attorney.
Criminal convictions will stay on your department of justice rap sheet indefinitely. Get a livescan fingerprint check done and submit it to the DOJ for a copy of your record to see what is there.
Also, information concerning your convictions may be readily available online. Do a search.
As my colleague stated, you may want to hire an attorney to assist you with the expungement/dismissal of these cases.
Your question is vague. If your dad was convicted after trial he may still be able to appeal. He may also have a motion to withdraw his plea.
You need to provide more information to get a clear answer.
I suggest you contact your father's attorney to discuss his options.
You cannot expunge a case if you are currently on probation for another charge or facing prosecution in another case. So, your second case may prohibit your from getting 1203.4 relief on the first case at this time.
You should hire an attorney. If your probation officer or the DA files a petition to revoke your probation you will either admit a violation and be re-sentenced or you deny a violation and demand a hearing on the alleged violation. If you are found in violation you will be sentenced and are facing, as a maximum, the full exposure on your probation case.
Fight the speeding ticket, 22350, there are many defenses and possible bargains you an enter into.
You cannot go to jail on an infraction, fines only. If the 12500 was a misdemeanor you should hire an attorney to assist you.