That would depend on a number of factors such as:
Do you have any prior criminal history?
Are we talking about one indecent?
How much money was involved?
Has the victim been paid back?
It is possible to receive probation and not even do any prison time.
A jury will be asked if they believe there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt that you were either driving at or above .08 or that regardless of the test you were too impaired due to alcohol to be driving. Each state defines this second law slightly different. They will most likely attempt to prove their case buy the officer testify as to what he observed and his opinion of your field sobriety test performance as well as the results of the breath test. Get yourself an experienced DUI...
Yes you can refuse to take field sobriety tests however the prosecution may attempt to use your refusal to prove consciousness of guilt. Field sobriety test are only to assist the officer and are not as reliable as a properly administered chemical test.
If you are sharing custody 50/50 then you are both "Custodial". Whether it would be in your best interests depends on what it is that you want. If you are satisfied with sharing custody with your ex and it is in the child's best interest then there is no need to be deemed a "Custodial" parent. I don't believe it matters who the petitioner is when it comes to filing for divorce unless you both don't agree on which jurisdiction you want to file in..
You can always cancel or breach a contract however, you may be financially liable for foreseeable damages caused by your breach. More information is required to provide a better opinion. What type of contract? What are the terms of the contract? With whom is your contact?
Generally you have a right to an attorney in a criminal case however traffic tickets are of a variety of charges designated, "Infractions" and you may not receive court appointed council. Check with your local public defender.
It depends upon your jurisdiction. In most jurisdictions you receive some sort of document, perhaps entitled "Agreement to Appear" with a future court date indicated. This is usually received if you were released without posting bail or released on your own recognizes. Go through any paperwork you received and see if this type of document exists.
John A. Campanella
Attorney at Law
The military has its own process and punishments. You will subject to two sets of punishment. One from the military and one from the Federal Government since the DUI occurred on Federal Property. You should get a "Civilian Lawyer" to represent you in the Federal Court Case. If you cannot afford an attorney the court will appoint you a Federal Defender.
John A. Campanella
The Homestead law refers to a state law that allows the owner of a primary residence to retain a certain amount of equity in his/her property. The equity is protected from creditors. The amount which is protected can very from state to state. For instance in the state of Washington the amount is $125,000. You would need to find out the amount in your state and file the appropriate Homestead documents if you desire to seek the protection afforded by your states Homestead.