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John Weber III

Roanoke Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Career Criminal Question Asked Earlier

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Kevin D. Etherington
    3. Anthony Michael Solis
    3 lawyer answers

    It sounds like your brother was charged with federal distribution charges. Those can establish heavy sentences based on the status of the prior record. Essentially, every case involves and offense level which is set by the weight of the drugs and the criminal history of the defendant., Level I is the lowest criminal history and Level VI is the most serious. The probation officer will prepare sentencing guildelines that ultimately establish the offense level and the criminal history as well...

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  2. Plead guilty in Kentucky; poor advice from state attorney. Had consensual sex with a 17 yr old when I was 22. Want off registry.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. James Donald Garrett
    2. John Weber III
    3. Benjamin Pearce Titter
    4. James Regan
    4 lawyer answers

    Your case will likely be governed by the laws of Kentucky. The registry in each state is designed to monitor and identify those individuals who have committed certain statutory crimes that constitute a sex crime, even in circumstances where there is a consensual relationship with a minor. In Virginia it is very difficult and expensive to go through the process to petition to be taken off the registry and rare.

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  3. Do I have a personal litigation case against a felon who totaled my car & hurt me on Dec 2011 while fleeing police?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Benjamin Weaver Glass III
    3. Jeffrey Marc Cooper
    4. Christian K. Lassen II
    5. Jeffrey Bruce Gold
    5 lawyer answers

    You should definately consult with an attorney regarding this issue. Even though the person that hit you was a felon fleeing from the police, he was still negligent. That is the standard that is used to determined whether you are entitled to recover any money for your injuries, pain, suffering and medical expenses incurred due to what he did. The insurance issue is an issue of where the money comes from to pay you and not an issue that affects who is at fault. It sounds like your injuries...

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  4. Went through a sobriety checkpoint, cops found weed in the console. Wasn't my weed. Anyway to get out of this?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. James Donald Garrett
    2. John Weber III
    3. Kenneth William Jacobson
    3 lawyer answers

    You have indicated that at a sobriety checkpoint, you were stopped, the car was searched and weed was found in the console. If the vehicle is registered to you, there is a rebuttable presumption that it is your weed, even if someone else put it there. Each person is responsible for knowing their car and that is the reason why it is imperative that you not let anyone borrow your car that might leave something like that in it. If the vehicle was not yours, there is a strong argument that can...

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  5. Do i need a lawyer for fleeing the scene of an accident?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. James Lawrence Magazine
    2. John Weber III
    3. Michael Ryan Juarez
    4. Gary A Kester
    4 lawyer answers

    Fleeing the scene of an accident can be charged as a crime. It is a criminal case and therefore carries the possibility that you could face jail time if convicted. Because of that possibility, you should be represented by a lawyer.

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  6. How can I fight a traffic court decision where the case was dismissed?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Krozer Messersmith IV
    2. John Weber III
    3. Lars A. Lundeen
    4. Colleen Marea Quinn
    5. Alan James Brinkmeier
    6. ···
    7 lawyer answers

    If your case was heard in General District Court and you lost, you have 10 days to appeal the decision. If you do not appeal the case within the time period, the conviction will stand. This does not mean that you cannot pursue a civil case but does make the matter of proof more difficult. You should be sure to appeal the decision if you have not already done so and contact a lawyer to try and assist you with the injury claim.

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  7. I got a speeding ticket for doing 58 in a 40 mph zone

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Standish Alexander
    2 lawyer answers

    The officer will have to testify about how he stopped you and whether he caught you using radar, pacing or some other method. Certainly you have the absolute right to ask the Commonwealth to prove the case against you. If they can't do it, you should win. A lawyer can probably help you with this case and would be worth the investment to help save possible demerit DMV points.

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  8. Would the courts likely forgive interest on child support arrears if the principle was paid in a lump sum?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Anneshia Miller Grant
    2. John Weber III
    3. Deborah Ann Johnson Wilson
    3 lawyer answers

    Child support arrearages include interest which is statutorily established. The interest rate us set by the state and can substantially increase the amount that is owed. If the money is owed directly to the mother of your children, it is much more feasible to get interest forgiveness. If the interest is due to money that is owed to the Commonwealth of Virginia, it may be much more difficult to have the interest forgiven and would be something that you have to discuss with the DCSE...

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  9. How can I remove two misdemeanor petty larceny charges from my record in virginia. It's been two years since I was convicted.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    2 lawyer answers

    The process of removing a charge from your record is called expungement. This process is only available to those cases where you were found not guilty or acquitted or the charge was dismissed or nolle prossed. When a charge is reduced to a misdemeanor from a felony, that is a reduction but it means that you were still found guilty of a lesser offense and therefore not eligible to have the conviction removed from your record.

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  10. Im getting pretty nervous here.. i have got so many different takes from the courts on getting a restricted drivers license ...

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Victoria Lee Allen
    2. Stephen Patrick Pfeiffer
    3. John Weber III
    3 lawyer answers

    Usually the work restrictions are include any work that you would have to do during the work day, including the travel as long as it is required by the employer. It sounds like you should be able to make that known to the judge when requesting the restricted license.

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