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John Weber III

Roanoke Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Friend is being investigated by FBI for interstate stalking

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    2. John Weber III
    3. Kenneth William Jacobson
    4. Samuel Cohen
    5. Charles M. Penzien
    5 lawyer answers

    The fact that your friend has been identified by the FBI and a search warrant was issued to obtain his computer and phone suggests that they are serious about an investigation that may result in your friend being identified as a criminal target. He may receive a letter advising that the FBI has identified him as a target or they may just indict him by a complaint or indictment. At this point, he is probably better off not speaking to anyone without the advice and help of counsel....

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  2. If I have 12 A&B misdemeanors can I get my records. Cleared

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. James Donald Garrett
    2. John Weber III
    2 lawyer answers

    Your question indicates that you have 12 prior convictions for assault and battery. In Virginia, those convictions stay on your record. You cannot get your records "cleared" or expunged unless the charges were dismissed or nolle prossed. Time and evidence of your non-violent conduct will certainly help demonstrate that this is not how you currently are but there is no other way to erase the fact that the charges and convictions happened.

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  3. I'm 16, I fell asleep while driving and hit a card. The officer cited me to go to court and gave me a failure to pay full attent

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Christian K. Lassen II
    2. James Donald Garrett
    3. John Weber III
    3 lawyer answers

    Anytime there is an accident, the officer will cite the offending driver for failure to pay attention. It is essentially a driving charge. Because you are a juvenile, the case should be handled in Juvenile Court. A parent usually will be required to appear with you in Court. The nature and purpose of the Juvenile Court usually helps to try and make every effort to help young drivers improve their driving and avoid a permanent record. This can usually be accomplished with the help of a...

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  4. Is a class 5 felony serious for a first offender

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Rachel Elizabeth Wentworth
    2. James Donald Garrett
    3. John Weber III
    3 lawyer answers

    Any felony is serious. Virginia has six classes of felonies from Class 6 to Class 1. Class 6 is the least serious and Class 1 is the most serious. In any case, a felony conviction carries with it the deprivation or loss of important civil rights that are constitutionally guaranteed. Those rights that are lost with a felony conviction include the right to vote, the right to possess and carry a rifle or handgun, the right to serve on jury duty, the right to hold public office and certainly...

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  5. What happens when you are arrested for dui second within 5yrs of the first and your outside the car the key is in the ignition b

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. John-Paul Patrick Gilson
    3. Scott Christopher Nolan
    4. Patrick Owen Earl
    4 lawyer answers

    A DUI case can be shown by direct and/or circumstantial evidence. Possession of the keys, while circumstantial, may not be sufficient to prove you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Remember that you are presumed innocent until the Commonwealth proves the case against you. Unlike most DUI cases, you at least have some very good facts making a fight for your liberty that much more appropriate. Hopefully you did not make any admissions to the officer about operating the vehicle and unless the...

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  6. Virginia, County Circuit Court, plaintiff pro se, defendants answers to interrogatory are false.

    Answered about 1 year ago.

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

    Defendants answer the interrogatories under oath so any statement that can be established as untrue could be used to show that the defendant is not trustworthy and that his testimony should not be believed. This would ultimately be for the fact finder (judge or jury) to consider in making a decision on the case. If the attorney who represents the defendant did not know that his client was not being honest, there would be no way to know that the information the defendant gave him was false....

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  7. Whats the worse outcome of public urnating

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Carleton Penn III
    2 lawyer answers

    Normally in Roanoke this would be a case that results in a fine only unless this may have been a subsequent offense. It would be a case that could result in a jail sentence if there were aggravating circumstances. We are happy to discuss the case with you at no charge. We are often in Roanoke City Court. for cases.

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  8. I have a 10 year annuity, of which six years have passed. Due to my child's college education and living expenses, I need to

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Andrew Dennis Meyer
    2. John Weber III
    3. Gary Ralph Ilmanen
    3 lawyer answers

    You should probably consult with a financial advisor who can tell you how to essentially cash out your annuity. That usually comes with a price which means that you won't get back as much as you would if you kept the annuity. The annuity is a contractual agreement and there is language contained in the agreement that should help you determine what you can get back.

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  9. What, if any, legal complications could came about when my son turns 18 since his girlfriend is 15?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Chad L. Edwards
    2. John Weber III
    2 lawyer answers

    The age gap makes the possibility of a claim by the girlfriend or her parents a very serious consideration. Illegality of sexual relations is not limited to non-consentual sex but can be based on the age of the victim in relation to the offender. It sounds like he will be over three years older than his "girlfriend" and the potential consequence could be devastating. Certainly at the very least contributing to the delinquency of a minor if nothing else. Relationships like these may start...

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  10. Last night I made the terrible decision to have two girls over at my apartment to do LSD. To make a long story short.....

    Answered 5 months ago.

    1. David B. Carter Jr.
    2. Robert M. Alonzi
    3. Jared Clayton Austin
    4. Mani Khavajian
    5. John Weber III
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    Your statement does not clearly say whether you spoke to the police. On the basis of what they found in the apartment, they could have requested a search warrant. What you describe suggests that they probably just came and investigated and the girls left either with the police or on their own. I would expect that the police would have detained them if they were under the influence of LSD. Certainly there is some risk to you if the police consider that you were distributing LSD or illegally...

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