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Steven Weir’s Answers

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  • What is the typical first offense for killing a deer with a spotlight? M2

    first offense for killing a deer with spotlight, wasnt the triggerman but was there

    Steven’s Answer

    You will have to pardon me, but I can't resist.

    That must have been one bloody beat down of the deer. Why didn't he use his gun instead?

    Okay, sorry. I don't know what Va law is on this matter.

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  • I was pulle over while driving with out a license. Should I plead not guilty?

    I was pulled over without a license about 4 years ago, and I plead guilty. For one I didn't have the money to hire an attourney and two I figured there was no point in fighting something that was true. Now I am wondering if there is something I ca...

    Steven’s Answer

    If it was 4 years ago there is nothing you can do to undo it. You need to check with your state's Dept of Motor Vehicles/Dept. of Public Safety, by whatever title they use there, to find out what your current status is. Normally after 3 years the point accumulation is cleared, but that doesn't mean you are reinstated. You have to pay any reinstatement fees and in some cases carry SR-22 insurance. So find out first what your status is, the level of your points, and if suspended or revoked, what you need to do to get reinstated. If you need help after that, call local counsel, and let them advise you on local law.

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  • What is the case for a person getting caught with 15 pounds of marijuana in Springfield missouri?

    It Being there first time to get in trouble and they are not in jail as of now. what also could they do to make things look better for themselves before the actually court date?

    Steven’s Answer

    They need to find out if there is any possibility of federal charges. If so, then delay delay delay. Pleading guilty in advance of responding to federal charges will make sentencing worse at the federal level. They need to stop having marijuana in their possession, and hire an attorney.

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  • How can i make modification to the divorce petition, once it has been filed?

    I filed a divorce petition based on what I know of during our marriage. I found out the whole marriage was a lie, everything from his employment to his activies and family. He is a chronic liar. Nothing out of the 15 years of marriage was the tr...

    Steven’s Answer

    Yes, it can be amended, but you want to make sure it is necessary and appropriate to make an amendment. You should give serious thought to hiring an attorney. You don't have the expertise to understand what you don't know, and what you don't know in this type of case can have horrible long term consequences.

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  • Are ther any diversion programs for adults in missouri(first offenders)

    8 months ago i was arrested for theft at work. I was released later that day and was told that jcpenny had dropped the charges (this happened when i was 17). During those 8 months I payed restitution(without being asked) started volunteering, appl...

    Steven’s Answer

    I just completed a diversion agreement in Franklin county. I'm sure something might be able to be worked out with the appropriate jurisdiction. Is this a state charge or a municipal charge?

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  • How can they take my son without no warnig

    I have a 6 year old son an he was taken almost a year ago bye indep mo wokers they never not one time came to the place i lived or did they send anything throw the mail I wake up one morring an i hear mmy son was just taken from his great grandmot...

    Steven’s Answer

    You need to report the allegation of sexual abuse as soon as possible, and get a a lawyer.

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  • Is there anyway to drop charges?

    My boyfriend of 6 years took off drunk in my car so I called the police to report a missing vehicle report. When the officer showed up they decided to file domestic assault charges against him even though I didn't want to. I have talked to the pro...

    Steven’s Answer

    Do you want to see him get help so this doesn't keep happening, or do you want to enable him, and withhold the help he apparently needs? Are you afraid something worse will happen if you go forward and cooperate with the prosecution? Clearly something was seen or said that resulted in the charges. Have you lost the ability to make sound decisions because of your fears? Perhaps you could get some victims' counseling before making a serious mistake about how to respond to this whole matter? If you love him, let him get any help he needs, even if it involves punishment and personal inconvenience. It will be much better for you in the long run.

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  • What do I need to do and is this illegal?

    I was working as an assistant manager for a shoes store when I had a family emergency. My ex wife the mother of my child was having heart issues she needed me to get him imediately. I contacted my store manager she told me I was a liar and a b a...

    Steven’s Answer

    Never ever take documents into your work place that show you are looking elsewhere for employment.

    In such as situation as yours, find out if there is a trusted person who can make the run for you, until you can get someone to cover for you at work. A family member, a friend, a neighbor.

    Consult with a local employment attorney.

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  • Was slapped on the ass at work by maintenance personnel Went to supervisor "may be. he liked you?

    I then had to explain to my wife about the hand print. Maintence has been making my life difficult from then on. Screaming at me and lewd drawings at my desk

    Steven’s Answer

    Get a voice activated recorder for work, kept the drawings secure where no one else has access, and hire a lawyer.

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  • How do i get my girlfriend to the USA from mexico? do i have to marry her down there or what?

    we wanna get married and i want her to be down here with me.

    Steven’s Answer

    If you get married in Mexico, they will delay her entry to the U.S. You should consult with an immigration attorney.

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