After watching pieces of the Rittenhouse trial, and the debacle of the Kenosha prosecutor's office, it looks like Thomas Binger might have reached the end of his career. What happens will be seen, but there are things that will sure be problems in his future.
I doubt the District Attorney will keep him. Politically, they have no choice, since Binger is now an albatross. If they do, they won't be re-elected. If they don't, people will still wonder about the competence of a prosecutor that allowed such a public display of incompetence; if no outright corruption. Firing Binger will be the lesser of two evils, but the citizens will definitely not have a good opinion of the office.
Binger is liable for prosecutorial irregularities. Whether intentional, or on purpose, they reflect on his license, and disbarment is a possibility. Without a license, his options in the legal profession are not nearly as lofty as they are at this point. Whether the bar acts, or not, many citizens will, and I'm sure the complaints are already being delivered.
If I had to guess, and I'm guessing by observing other areas of the United States, Binger is part of the Soros backed seditionists being placed in office by huge amounts of election money. If so, he probably doesn't need the money from working. If not, there will be plenty of others to help him in the future. He's television material, and a book deal may be in his future.