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Blog Posts in January, 2017

  • When Criminal Charges are Pending - Move Quickly

    || 31-Jan-2017

    “Act now.” We are all familiar with this sales tactic creating a sense of urgency. Most of the time this "call to action" benefits the seller more than the consumer. However, there are situations in life where immediate action saves lives. The faster the fire department arrives, the more likely it is they will be able to rescue victims and prevent damage. Similarly in combat, ...
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  • Berry Law Firm Welcomes Attorney Andrew Strotman to the Firm

    || 20-Jan-2017

    Andrew Strotman – a former judge advocate of the Marine Corps – has joined the Berry Law Firm, adding his years of white-collar advocacy to the firm’s repertoire. Berry Law Firm of Nebraska welcomes its latest addition, Andrew Strotman, to the firm, a lawyer with a military background and a strong reputation for handling white-collar criminal cases and civil litigation involving ...
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  • The Not Guilty Verdict in Nebraska Just Got Better

    || 18-Jan-2017

    Most people charged with crimes fear prison time, but the thought of being found not guilty and having a criminal charge on their record for the rest of their lives is also an immediate concern. As their cases develop and criminal defense attorneys better understand the details, clients begin to think of the long-term ramifications of how being found not guilty will affect their reputation, time, ...
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  • Understanding Nebraska Criminal Defense Terms

    || 10-Jan-2017

    When a client comes to see us, they often just want to solve a problem. Most persons charged with crimes are more concerned about their reputation, time, and money than the mechanics of the Nebraska judicial system. However, there are moments in every case in which a client needs to understand exactly what is going on. We often work with out-of-state attorneys in serious felony and federal cases ...
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