July 2018 Archives

Juveniles face criminal charges following Nebraska shooting

When a crime occurs, especially one involving a pregnant woman, there is often a strong desire for justice. Unfortunately, when arrests are quickly made, there could be a great deal that is overlooked in an investigation. In fact, two juveniles in Nebraska may be considering their options now that they are facing criminal charges.

2 men arrested and face drug charges after traffic stop

Most people in Nebraska and across the country may be aware that they have certain rights afforded them by the U.S. Constitution. Despite this knowledge, however, many may be unable to recognize a violation of their rights when it involves interactions with law enforcement officers. Two men who were recently arrested and now face drug charges may be questioning whether they were treated lawfully following a recent traffic stop.

Nebraska Uber driver charged with drunk driving

Many people in Nebraska who want to spend time with friends and consume alcohol have a plan to ensure that everyone gets home safely. Often, this includes utilizing a service such as Uber, which is basically a taxi service. Unfortunately, a group of people who were allegedly using Uber claim that their driver was drunk driving and contacted police.

Nebraska robbery leads to criminal charges

Whenever a person is charged with a crime, he or she has certain rights. While the average person may have a vague understanding of some of their rights, they may be unable to recognize unlawful treatment or unaware how to best respond to it. For example, a Nebraska man may be feeling overwhelmed following his recent arrest on robbery charges.

Shoplifting charges in Nebraska require a strong defense

Thanks to heartwarming scenes in sitcoms and after school movies in the 80s and 90s, many people assume that shoplifting isn't a serious crime. Whether you face charges related to shoplifting or have a child accused of stealing from a retail establishment, you should very carefully consider all of your options.

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