What can be done to a Deputy who breaks the oath of office in West Virginia

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If he violates his oath of office, then he should no longer be a deputy. That's pretty important stuff. What can be done legally to discipline him, I don't know. It likely differs from state to state, possibly city to city. You would have to check with local legal authorities.

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