William Kurtenbach fights to ensure individuals accused of a crime receive the protections afforded to them under the Constitutions of our country and our state. Due process requires that all people accused of a crime be afforded the tools and means of defending themselves, and William works to assure that those safeguards are upheld throughout the entire criminal process. His desire to uphold the constitution and relentlessly pursue the most favorable outcome for his clients motivates him to attack legal issues from every angle possible. William practices primarily in the area of criminal defense, with an emphasis on DUIs/DWIs, drug crimes, sex crimes, and Interstate drug stops.
William earned his J.D. from the University of Nebraska College of Law. Prior to law school, he attended Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa, where he received his B.S. in Mathematics and Chemistry. As a law clerk at Berry Law, William focused primarily on criminal defense and related cases.
When he is not fighting on behalf of his clients, William enjoys golfing and participating in recreational soccer. He is an avid fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers (football, volleyball, basketball and baseball), as well as a proud member of the The American Outlaws, an unofficial supporter of the United States national soccer teams.