Client, a medical student at Creighton university, was falsely accused of sex assault and sexual misconduct. Initially, the Title IX office found the student had committed sexual assault. At a criminal trial, the student was found not guilty. The student appealed his Title IX ruling and won re-instatement to resume his education.
Omaha client charged with sexual assault in Douglas County, Nebraska. Client found not guilty after trial.
Client falsely accused of Sexual Assault of a Child in the First Degree (Class IB Felony), Sexual Assault of a Child in the Third Degree (Class IIIA Felony), and Child Abuse (Class IIIA Felony). Client was facing a possible prison sentence of 20 years to life in prison. Berry Law attorney Chad Wythers was able to get both felony charges of sexual assault dismissed and the charge of child neglect reduced to a misdemeanor. Client sentenced to 6 months of probation.
Client charged in Douglas County with possession with intent to distribute marijuana based on an interstate drug stop where police officers located 27lbs of marijuana. Berry Law Firm won the motion to suppress evidence based on an illegal traffic stop in violation of the client’s 4th Amendment rights. After the court granted Berry Law Firm’s motion, the prosecutor dismissed the case.