You can ask the DA to find out what kind of sentence they are looking for.See question
Expungement won't remove it from your record completely, though it may be enough to prevent a prospective employer from seeing it--depends on what kind of background check they run. You can move to have it sealed either because you can prove factual innocence or the time for prosecution has passed. Consult with a criminal defense lawyer who handles these post-conviction rememdies.See question
If you are supposed to report by phone, then you'll need proof of your attempts. If you are supposed to report in person, then you need to go there and schedule an appointment. Again, always make sure you can prove every attempt to contact probation.See question
redirecting this to Lawsuits & Disputes but you may want to repost your question there. Doubtful there is enough at stake here to justify the expense and hassle of a lawsuit. Best to do your best to get a refund.See question
How much time he does in prison will depend on too many facts not known here. The strike doubles his sentence.See question
If you're son has information that would help exonerate an innocent person, yes, you should make sure the innocent person's defense lawyer knows about this. Your teaching your son to do the right thing and our system of justice depends on honest people coming forward.
That lawyer will interview your son and make a decision as to whether his testimony is helpful. I disagree that there will be any therapist needed for this. It is only in an exceptional case where the child is very young or was personally victimized that a therapist might be involved.
Hard to follow this question. Try reposting.See question
Hire an experienced criminal defense trial lawyer. The case needs to be investigated so that the truth will come out.See question
Your mother could call the police and file a report. They’re unlikely to do anything based on her speculation alone. They might (though not likely) contact you to get your version. If they contact your boyfriend, he should politely refuse to speak to them.See question
You need to go to court with an attorney to get warrant cleared up. Your mother is not in charge; the DA will decide if they want to pursue charges. Get a good lawyer to help you.See question