Husband, Father, Attorney at Berry Law Firm.
Seth Morris is all in. He defends clients against charges at the State and Federal level, and has helped vindicate his clients with not guilty verdicts every level of the trial court system — from County to District to Federal Court.
Seth was by his client’s side for a televised Nebraska trial, and against national scrutiny earned an acquittal for his client who was wrongly accused of resisting arrest and obstructing a police officer. This case was one of the first in Nebraska with cameras allowed in the courtroom.Work with Seth
Seth believes in the Constitution and fights relentlessly to uphold its values. He has experience defending clients’ rights in criminal defense cases ranging from DUI to murder. Seth’s success has earned him recognition from SuperLawyers as a Great Plains Rising Star, a designation reserved for the top 2.5% of lawyers in the Midwest. His work has been featured in The Huffington Post and he has been consulted as an expert in drug law for High Times Magazine.
Seth earned his J.D. from the University of Nebraska where he excelled in the study of both criminal defense and personal injury law.
While Seth’s success in the courtroom has garnered national recognition, he still values his small-town upbringing. In fact, Seth met his wife Brittne while in high school in Columbus, Nebraska. Originally from Tarnov, Nebraska, Seth attended Concordia University on a baseball scholarship. Seth and Brittany have a daughter, Mae, that helps keep them on their toes.
Like most people who grew up in a small town, Seth is an avid hunter and he enjoys protecting the Second Amendment rights of clients he represents. You can also find Seth spending his spare time fishing, learning Jiu Jitsu, and crafting woodworking pieces. The most interesting fact about Seth? Don’t gloss over the fact that he was a National Champion Chicken Showman in 2001.