A: The arresting officer is required to provide you very specific advisements of your rights surrounding their request for a blood sample. If the officer failed to provide you correct notice, that would potentially invalidate a significant portion of the evidence against you. I would suggest reaching out to a DUI attorney to discuss the specific details of your case. Many attorneys provide free consultations, this would give you a great opportunity to determine the strength of your case before making a decision.
A: This will vary based on the facts and circumstances surrounding the arrest. I would recommend finding an attorney that will give you a free consultation. It wouldn't take very long and they could go through everything with you.
A: Yes, the laws concerning when a child acquires United States citizenship when born abroad are quite complex and depend on many factors. One of these factors, which applies when the basis of citizenship is linked to a United States citizen father, concerns the length of time he physically resided in the United States. I would recommend contacting a immigration attorney to discuss the specifics of your case. That attorney will need to conduct some targeted research into the specifics of your case to determine eligibility.