Criminal Defense is about results. Identifying client goals and working to get the best possible results is what criminal defense attorneys do. Results are specific to the facts of the case and the law.
Client charged with motor vehicle homicide in a Otoe County Nebraska.
Chase County – Client charged with concealed carry violation, disturbing the peace (of the police officer) and 3rd Degree assaultbased on a “menacing threat.” Berry law firm got the concealed carry violation dropped, and for the other charges the client was found not guilty on a directed verdict.
Client brought to administrative hearing facing expulsion for alleged sexual assault and stalking. Berry Law Firm challenged the claims and evidence, resulting in a reduction to minor charges. Disciplinary action reduced to probation.
Client was charged with Use of a Firearm to Commit a Felony and Terroristic Threats and was facing up to 50 years in jail with a mandatory minimum of 5 years.
Due to the zealous representation by Berry Law Firm attorneys, all charges were dropped.
After a Missouri resident spent time in a Nebraska jail for allegedly conspiring to deliver marijuana with a firearm, the charges were dropped and he was released from jail. The state had violated the defendant’s right to a speedy trial and the judge proceeded to dismiss the case. The man was represented by Attorney Chad Wythers. Click here to read more.
Client charged with felony failure to register as a sex offender Lincoln, Nebraska. Lancaster County. Charge reduced to attempted failure to register and client sentenced to $750 fine.
Client charged in Jefferson County, Nebraska with Burglary. Berry Law Firm attorney secured a dismissal of the felony following a preliminary hearing.
Hall County – Client charged with Terroristic Threats, a class IIIA Felony, and Use of a Weapon to Commit a Felony, a class II Felony. Potential prison time was 1-53 years. Client pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor and paid a $500 fine.
Client accused of a multiple Title IX violations at a University: Sexual assault (two allegations), sexual harassment, and harassment. Berry Law Firm advised the client through the entire process. Following an investigation, each allegation was found to either be unsubstantiated or no violation was found, and the client was found to have in no way violated the student code of conduct.
Client charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana (Class IIA felony) , possession of a controlled substance (Class IV felony), and money in violation of statute 28-416 (Class IV felony). Client was facing a possible penalty of up to 24 years imprisonment and or fines of up to $20,000. Client was sentenced to probation. No Jail Time.