Case Results

Criminal Defense is about the process rather than the 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. Every case is different and unique and should be treated as such by the attorney. The strategy and tactics used in one case may not get the same results in another case. Clients frequently ask us about our wins. Below are some of our results that we consider to be wins.

  • Felony Possession of Controlled Substance

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    Lancaster County: Client was charged with one count of felony possession of a controlled substance and faced up to 2 years in prison. The charges were dismissed by the judge following a successful plea in abatement hearing.

  • Felony Unlawful Use of Financial Transaction Device

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    Client charged with felony unlawful use of financial transaction device facing up to 20 years in prison. Result: case dismissed by the court

  • Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver

    Favorable Plea Agreements

    Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver reduced to a misdemeanor, Geneva, Fillmore County.

  • Soliciting a Prostitute

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    Client charged with soliciting a prostitute in an undercover human trafficking sting operation in Lincoln, Lancaster County Nebraska. After a jury trial client was found Not Guilty.

  • Felony Possession of a Firearm

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    Client charged with felony possession of a firearm of school property in Lincoln, Nebraska. Lancaster County. Case dismissed by judge after preliminary hearing (there is an article on the case on journal-star.com)

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Interstate Drug Stop

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    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 4 th Amendment rights. After the court granted Berry Law Firm’s motion, the prosecutor dismissed the case.

  • Burglary

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    Client charged with aiding and abetting a burglary in Lincoln, Nebraska. A Berry Law Firm attorney secured a not guilty verdict.

  • Alleged Conspiracy for Marijuana Delivery

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    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.

  • Acquitted of Sexual Assault

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    A young man accused of committing sexual assault was recently found not guilty by a Lancaster County jury. His attorney, Chad Wythers, said that the alleged victim was a willing participant and that the defendant stopped when told no. If convicted, the man would have faced up to 50 years in prison. Click here to read more.

  • Child Sexual Assault

    Not Guilty/Dismissed

    A man accused of committing third-degree sexual assault of a child was found not guilty by a Lancaster County jury. Defense Attorney Mathew Aerni said that the incident should have been proved by the state, instead of just assuming it “probably happened.” Click here to read more.

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