Your question is too complicated and fact specific to answer in this forum. You've already got criminal charges mentioned against the tenant, and a domestic violence component. NO attorney is going to estimate your chances for success on a countersuit, because it is unethical to predict the outcome of a case to someone.
I suggest that you retain the services of an attorney to find out about the admissibility of those issues, and if you are the tenant with the criminal charges, you should also speak to your criminal defense attorney about this.
This does not constitute legal advice or the engagement of my services as an attorney.
Your questions are not very clear and are too many and too complicated to answer in a forum such as this. You should schedule a consultation with an attorney in your area.
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