ESPN recently featured Berry Law in an article about two clients they are representing. The article, which focuses on two Nebraska football players, was released in January 2020.
John Berry and Mallory Hughes, the two attorneys on the case, were quoted saying, “This is not the first time we have seen what appears on its face to be a grim, incriminating probable cause affidavit. We have seen probable cause affidavits in these types of cases with more incriminating facts than these where our clients have either had their cases dismissed, or a jury has acquitted them.”
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John S. Berry, Jr., defends clients facing criminal charges in both State and Federal courts. He is a past president of the NCDAA (Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association) and recognized by Martindale-Hubbell with an AV Preeminent rating. Berry has presented in the areas of criminal defense, trial skills, and Veterans disability appeals.
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