Fellow trainer Jarrod McLean said he will be contesting similar charges.
He has been forbidden from training horses that were in Weir's care up until the 30th of January this year, until the hearing.
Racing Victoria Executive Integrity General Manager, Jamie Stier, said the stewards were determined to be thorough and give due consideration to the submissions made, their legal advice and the ongoing investigations.
“Darren Weir is facing serious charges of possessing three electrical apparatus and conduct prejudicial to the interests or image of racing. He has advised the stewards that he will not contest those charges which have drawn considerable negative publicity to the sport," Mr Stier said.
“To that end, stewards have requested that the RAD Board expedite the hearing of Mr Weir’s charges at which point they will be seeking a four-year disqualification.
“Until such time as the RAD Board convenes to hear and determine Mr Weir’s charges, the stewards have imposed strict conditions on his licence that ensure he is not permitted to enter or race any horses as a trainer or owner."