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1 Answers. Asked on Jan 20th, 2013 on Child Custody - Texas
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I used marijuana 3 times last year ( last time was about a month ago) but never around my child. My girlfriend is threatening to tell the judge about my use if I request overnight visitation once we split. Will i lose overnight visits b/c of this?
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Answered on Jan 21st, 2013 at 6:57 PM

No not necessarily. The court could place a restriction on you not to use any drugs during any periods of you possession of the child, and so forth. Also, do you have any DUI arrests? Or do you ever drive with the child after smoking ,etc.? So, what she is stating is not automatic. Don't let her scare you. This is typical behavior.

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