As my colleagues have correctly stated, your landlord cannot unilaterally cancel the lease before it ends. If your landlord wants his family to move in so badly, he may be willing to buy you out of your lease (give you money to move). This may be a good option, as it seems clear you will have to move at the end of the term.
Does DCSS have a copy of the order that is signed by the judge? They should (and will) enforce the order of the court once they have a signed copy. If you eventually prepared a Findings and Order after Hearing, then DCSS should follow that order from the date it was made. If there continues to be a problem, go to the court clerk and request the minute order from the hearing. The minute order should list the conclusions of the judge. If it is not specific enough, get the transcript. Make sure...
If there is an upcoming support hearing, you would include information about income in your declaration. If a declaration was filed prior, just title it "Supplemental Declaration" and include proof of Wife's income.
I advise you discuss this with an expert in criminal defense. If there are children of the relationship, you will also want to consult a family law attorney - but privately as any information you post can be used against you.
The questions posed by Attorney Sarieh are important - what he is trying to decipher is your relationship with this child. Has the child bonded with you? Do you consider the child your own, love this child, and want to continue to raise and care for this child? The answers to these questions will determine the course of action for you. Biology is not everything.
If you have children, this information needs to get into the family law court.
If not, and this is a separate defamation/libel suit, then please consult with an attorney who specializes in such actions. Personal injury attorneys often offer free consultations. This area of the law can be tricky - and it would be wise to consult an expert who understands the process, claims, defenses and damages.
You can, but you have an obligation to minimize damages. That means you first have to take reasonable steps to re-rent the portion of the unit for which the roommate was responsible. The roommate that left is responsible for the portion of time that it was not able to be re-rented.
Whatever you do, make sure your landlord is informed of the situation and is okay with another tenant moving in.
Absolutely. The court wants honest and complete information, and so will attorneys. You can simply write "Amended" on the front page of the corrected income and expense declaration, serve it, and then file with the court. It helps to communicate with opposing counsel, let them know what you are doing, and get them the amended declaration expediently. If Department of Child Support is involved, make sure they are also served a copy of the amended paperwork.