If you were convicted of a 1st in life non-refusal dui - you would be able to apply for reinstatement of your driving privilege once you have completed the Risk Reduction Program and 120 days have elapsed. You should be able to handle this on your own.
If you are convicted or plead guilty to driving on a suspended license Georgia law provides that you "shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than two days nor more than 12 months". That is is for a first conviction in the previous five years. Multiple convictions carry harsher penalties. An arrest for a new offense is likely a violation of the terms of your probation and you will have that to deal with as well. You need to contact an attorney who can assist you in obtaining a...
I do not practice in Savannah. That said I am unfamiliar with the "10 Business Day" rule in the State of Georgia that you refer to. I can tell you if you want to have your record expunged, you want to retain an attorney as soon as possible and attempt to get the case resolved prior to an accusation being drawn by the prosecutor.
You should contact an attorney for a consultation to review the language of the protective order. An attorney can help you determine if your husband has in fact violated a court order and advise you of your options.
I am assuming from your question that your husband has entered a plea but has not been sentenced at this time. A criminal attorney in your area could assist your husband by demonstrating to the judge that your husband would be a good candiate for probation.
Jail time depends on the facts of the particular case with considerations ranging from prior criminal history, the judge, and the willingness of the particular prosecutor to negotiate. You didn't post this in your question but a possible license suspension may be an issue in the facts you have laid out. An experienced attorney can assist your son in possibly avoiding both jail time and a license suspension.
You should retain an attorney in the jurisdiction where you are charged to ensure that a license suspension does not occur as a result of the way you resolve this case. Underage possession will not cause your license to be suspended. However, the manner in which the case is resolved may affect the way the case is reported to DDS which could have a possible impact on you license.
The drug courts I am familiar with are voluntary programs. However, once you are in - it may not be as easy as just deciding you no longer want to be in the program in order to "get out". You should contact the attorney who represented you during your plea in to drug court.