Defending Against Criminal Charges in Omaha
There are numerous defenses that a skilled attorney can employ to refute your criminal charges. The appropriate defense in your case will depend on the type of offense and the circumstances surrounding the alleged incident. For example, if there were errors during the prosecution’s investigation or a Miranda rights violation during your arrest, a lawyer can bring these issues to light to bolster your defense.
Furthermore, any evidence that law enforcement found while violating your rights may be suppressed in court. For example, if law enforcement did not have probable cause or consent to search your vehicle, any evidence they find in a search could be suppressed.
The attorneys at Berry Law: Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers understand what law enforcement can legally do during an investigation, traffic stop, and questioning. If our legal team finds that a violation of your rights led to your arrest, we can work to get the related evidence suppressed.
Potential Compensation in an Accident Case
The central component of any personal injury lawsuit is physical harm. Even in seemingly minor accidents, the at-fault party could be held liable for all medical costs associated with your injury. However, you should not stop at seeking compensation for medical bills.
A personal injury claim should take the full impact of the incident into account. For instance, you may lose significant earnings from missed time at work. You may also endure severe pain and loss of enjoyment of life. An injury lawyer in Omaha can work with you to determine your full losses and demand compensation.