What will mostly likely be his sentence if convicted and how much will bail be ? Also is there a chance of him getting probation
A felony means you lose your gun rights for life. You need an expungement or a pardon to get them back.
Yes, it is hard to get a case thrown out. You need to find a “civil forfeiture” attorney as well as a criminal defense attorney. Unfortunately, it is quite common for police to seize money or property without actual evidence of a crime. Even if you win the criminal case, they will still try to keep your money. You will need an experienced attorney for this.
First, stop posting facts of the case online. Second, your husband will probably need to hire a DWI attorney. At this point, the government has already started two different actions against your husband: a criminal action for the DWI/ hit and run, and a license revocation for testing over .08. These are 2 separate issues that you will need to fight.
My first thought is I would try to fight the case by pointing out that the officers didn’t actually see him driving and that it would be difficult to determine his blood-alcohol when he was actually behind the wheel. However, this is just speculation. You will need to hire a DWI attorney to investigate further.
This case is too complicated to give you an estimate in a post. An attorney would have to investigate the case and your history before determining a likely outcome.
Concerning the divorce: Since you already have an attorney no one can give you much information: talk to your attorney. If your attorney doesn’t respond in a timely fashion or give you answers you understand, consider hiring a new attorney.
Concerning the violation: You can simply call the police and report the violation. Unless you are also restrained from contacting him, you have done nothing wrong.
Self-defense is a complicated analysis; impossible to do in a post. Your son will need a criminal defense attorney to investigate and defend his case.