April 2018 Archives

Drug charges follow two Nebraska traffic stops

From the time they are born, most people in the United States are taught to respect authority. As a result, many people in Nebraska may not know how to react to a request from a police officer, for example, to search their vehicle. Unfortunately, two people face drug charges after their motor home was searched as part of a traffic stop. Additionally, another man was arrested following an unrelated traffic stop on a different part of the interstate.

Gray divorce usually means money discussions

Current trends show an increase in marriages breaking up for individuals over the age of 50. So many couples are calling it quits that a new term has been invented -- gray divorce. With gray divorce, property division and splitting of investments usually assumes a greater importance. Some individuals in Nebraska may need to brush up on their financial education when the time comes to separate from a partner.

Nebraska woman claims man who struck her was drunk driving

Car accidents can happen at any moment in time. Even when a driver thinks that he or she is relatively alone on a Nebraska street, an accident can still occur. Unfortunately, a woman who claims she suffered minor injuries in a recent car crash says that the man driving the car that struck hers was drunk driving.

Child custody awarded to father in contentious case

In a perfect world, parents would be able to come together to make decisions that are in the best interests of any children involved. However, the birth of a child does not magically give parents the ability to communicate openly with one another in the spirit of compromise. As a result, parents in Nebraska and across the country are often left with no other option than to ask a court to intercede in matters of child custody, among others.

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