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Q: How long is a stay away no trespassing order good for in the state of Virginia?
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Can you run away from a state park employee I know it was not the ranger and it was trespassing?

State Park Employee's do not have the jurisdiction to arrest you, but they can call the Police. Trespassing if clearly marked and the State wishes to press charges can be a misdemeanor; So yes, you can run from the State Park Employee's but I wouldn't recommend giving them a reason to chase you. (i.e. - Trespassing.)


What is West Virginia a city or state?

West Virginia is a state; it became a state June 20, 1863 and was 35th state admitted to the Union it split away from Virginia.


How did the state of West Virginia some into existence?

When the state of Virginia decided to break away from the Union, the people of West Virginia to stay with the Union, forming the state of West Virginia


What state did not belong to the confederacy?

You may be referring to West Virginia, which broke away from Virginia when that state seceded from the Union. West Virginia became a state of the Union in 1863.


How did the state of west virginia come into exstence?

The majority of people in the northwest part of Virginia were sympathetic to the Union, broke away from Virginia, and became a state in 1863.


Was West Virginia a confederate state?

No, Virginia was broken up because the Northwest counties of the state wanted to still be in the Union, so they broke away from Virginia when it seceded from the US.


Can a new state be made from dividing up an existing state?

Yes. It happened in 1863 when the western counties of Virginia broke away from Virginia proper to form the new state of West Virginia.


What pushed West Virginia to break away from Virginia and create a new state?

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What war did West Virginia become a state?

In the American Civil War, because the Western counties of Virginia did not approve of the Virginia breaking away from the USA. So they broke away from the CSA, and gave Lincoln a welcome gift of a new state of the Union.


What state broke away from being a slave state and was admitted to the Union?

West Virginia


When did West Virginia break away from Virginia?

It was declared a new state in 1863, seceding from Virginia and the Confederacy - a welcome gift for Lincoln.


Which state is farther away from the Mississippi river Indiana or West Virginia?

West Virginia............... most likely


What push West Virginia to break away from Virginia and create a new state?

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Which present-day state broke away from a slave state and was admitted to the union during the civil war?

West Virginia seceded from Virginia when Virginia seceded from the Union. It was admitted in 1864.


What is special about West Virginia?

It broke away from Virginia when that state seceded from the Union. It formed a new State of the Union in 1863 - not Confederate.


Who founded EastVirginia and why was it founded?

East Virginia- - - - There is a Virginia that was one of the original colonies and is still a state. In 1863 the state of WEST VIRGINIA split away from Virginia because Virginia was trying to split away from the United States back in the Civil War. Virginia approved of slavery, West Virginia's people did not approve of slavery and they broke away from Virginia during the civil war. But As far as an East Virginia - it does not exist - it has never existed, unless you asked the question for a joke perhaps? Mike - from Wheeling West Virginia


Which southern state seceded but some of its counties didn't want it to and later formed another state?

The western counties of Virginia broke away, and formed West Virginia.


Was West Virginia a colony?

No, it was part of Virginia until 1863, when the Western counties broke away and formed their own state.


Was Kentucky and West Virginia Union States during the US Civil War.?

Kentucky technically was a neutral State in the US Civil War. West Virginia broke away from Virginia and became a Union State.


What part did West Virginia play in the civil war?

The Western counties of Virginia were strongly opposed to Virginia breaking away from the USA in 1861. So they broke away from Virginia - establishing themselves as a separate state in 1863, fighting for the Union.


Why did the West Virginia state split away from Virginia?

It split because of slavery however it was close and many honored their commitment to Virginia instead of sipporting the Union.


What is West Virginia derived from?

The Western counties of Virginia, which did not approve of the secession of Virginia, and voted to break away to form a separate state, joining the Union in 1863.


Was West Virginia the first state seceded from the country?

No, that was South Carolina. West Virginia was a new state formed from the Western counties of Virginia, which had voted solidly against secession, and broke away from Virginia to join the USA in 1863.


What US state was created from Virginia?

West Virginia was once a part of Virginia --- it broke away from Virginia in the American Civil War and officially became a state June 20, 1863. It took military action credited to George B. McClellan, to do this.


What caused Virginia's western counties to break away and form a new Union state called West Virginia in 1863?

Yes. West Virginia and Virginia were once one but when the issue of slavery came up, western Virginia didn't want slavery so they succeeded from Virginia. This is the reason why we have the state West Virginia.