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John Weber III

Roanoke Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. How do I file a motion to reopen a divorce case

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Lee Alan Thompson
    2 lawyer answers

    The final decree should usually have some language about the parties mutually cooperating with each other or something to that effect. You could file a show cause motion in the court alleging that she has failed to comply with the terms of the order but it would have to go back in front of the judge and fighting over an issue like this seems like it would be costly to both parties.

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  2. Felony and child custody

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Anneshia Miller Grant
    2 lawyer answers

    Evidence of a felony conviction in 1991 will not likely help you get custody of your child, especially since I suspect your child was born well after that date and you knew that going into the relationship or at some point during the relationship. The 2005 misdemeanor conviction for bad checks is a crime of moral turpitude and although you can argue that your spouse is not to be believed, it is only persuasive and a lot of other factors will have to be considered to decide who gets custody....

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  3. Can I become a prosecutor with larceny felonies? And what steps can I take to get there?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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

    With felony convictions, you may have a difficult time being allowed to sit for the bar examination in Virginia. It is likely that the state bar will ask you a lot of questions about your past convictions and they ultimately make the determination regarding character and fitness to sit for the bar and be a licensed attorney. If you have gotten over that hurdle, employment options may be affected by the felony conviction. As a defense lawyer, however, it may make you more "real" to clients...

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  4. I just found out that my wife filled a protective order against me. We had an altercation sometime in 9th of June, 2013.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Timothy Roy Douglass
    2. James Donald Garrett
    3. John Weber III
    3 lawyer answers

    A protective order is heard in Juvenile Court by a Judge. The complaining party must demonstrate some evidence of a threat or imminent fear that is caused by you. You should definitely make sure that you appear at court and understand that a protective order carries with it certain limitations on your liberty, including the ability to possess a firearm, obtain a hunting license or apply for a conceal carry permit. It also could be a part of your criminal record and could impact future...

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  5. If a 14 year old was adjudicated in Juvenile court of a felony can he own a gun at age 27 in virginia?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Weber III
    1 lawyer answer

    Virginia law may allow for restoration of the gun rights at age 29 when a juvenile 14 or older was adjudicated delinquent of a crime that would have been a felony if committed by an adult. The statute is 18.2-308.2 and would need to be consulted to compare the facts of your case to the application of the statute. It is important to note that federal law may still bar any restoration of rights and it would be important to consult an attorney prior to attempting to purchase or possess a firearm.

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  6. I am being investgated for food stamp fraud and I don't know what to do?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. James Donald Garrett
    2. John Weber III
    3. Christopher Gary Todd
    4. Christine Marshall Warren
    4 lawyer answers

    Food stamp fraud is a prosecuted crime where individuals receive food stamps but are not eligible due to information or inaccuracies in the application process. This can be a serious charge and is based upon the amount of money that you received that you were ineligible to receive. Because this is a criminal charge, any statements that you make would potentially be admissible in a criminal trial. You face the possibility of serious consequences.

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  7. Im trying to see what can I do to sighn over my rights to my child...

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael Christopher Miller
    2. James Donald Garrett
    3. John Weber III
    3 lawyer answers

    Being a parent is not optional. You don't really have the right to sign over your responsibilities to financially take care of your child unless your daughter's mother wants to remarry and the man that she desires to marry is interested in adoption. You can exercise your rights as a father to see your daughter and may file a petition in the Charlotte juvenile court where you daughter lives to ask the court to grant you reasonable visitation, if you want to see your daughter. Once a court...

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  8. I'm an Employee at walmart and was assaulted by a customer..

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Susan A. Wuchinich
    2 lawyer answers

    When a customer assault an employee in the store, there certainly could be criminal charges brought against the individual that assaulted you. If the police investigated the case, they can do that and if they did not investigate the matter, you can take a warrant out yourself by speaking with the local magistrate. Additionally, the employer should take some steps to address this concern and if you do not get a satisfactory response from them, you may want to consult with an attorney to...

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  9. I am a felon. I wanted to know what needs to be done to expunge my record.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    2. Pierre Priale
    3. John Weber III
    3 lawyer answers

    Expungement in Virginia is only available when you have been acquitted of a charge or when a charge resulted in a dismissal by the court or a nolle prosse by the Commonwealth. Otherwise, there is nothing you can do to remove those convictions from your record.

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  10. Is it legal to video evidence for a custody case?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. John Weber III
    2. Mohamed E Seifeldein
    3. Michael Douglas Shafer
    3 lawyer answers

    What you are referring to sounds like something a private investigator might do to show that the parents are not doing what they are supposed to or are not doing what they claim that they are doing. This would be impeachment evidence and could be admitted under certain conditions. A lawyer can help you understand how it can be used. Ultimately, the best interests of the child is the most important consideration and it sounds like this information may be valuable in assisting the court in...

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