Was Charged With Two Separate Counts Of First Degree Sexual Assault, Facing Mandatory Registration For Life As a Sex Offender
Mr. S.V. was convicted at the first trial on one of the counts that required him to serve 13 to 25 years in jail. Mr. S.V. was a law enforcement officer at the time of the charges. The decision was appealed, and the matter was overturned for a new trial. Mr. Brown took the matter to trial and got the "not guilty" plea for his client. We also had the record of the prior conviction removed and his record sealed, so he could apply again as a law enforcement officer.
Was Charged With DUI Third Offense (a Class Four Felony), Refused Test, & the Case Was Dismissed
Mr. R.T. was arrested at his home in Omaha, Nebraska, and spent the longest two days of his life in jail. He was charged with a third offense of DUI — a class four felony. He faced zero to five years in prison, resisting arrest and a test refusal. After being offered to plea to a felony with probation, we took the matter to trial. The jury found Mr. R.T. not guilty of the charges. He was able to get his license back, and the matter was dismissed by the court on the jury verdict. He was given his bond money back and released.
Was Charged With Making Terroristic Threats (a Class Four Felony) & Strangulation (a Class Three Felony) — Both Involving Domestic Violence
Mr. T.W. is a member of the armed services and any plea would cause him to lose his right to carry a weapon and maintain his job. Mr. Brown fought hard to mitigate the matter and get Mr. T.W. the help he and his partner needed so that they could work out the problems they were facing. After a short period of time, Mr. T.W. plead guilty to a class three misdemeanor of disturbance of the peace and was able to keep his right to bear arms, which he would have lost if Mr. Brown had not worked so hard.
Was Charged With DUI Second Offense & a Noisy Muffler & Was Reduced To a DUI First Offense
Mr. C.L. had a prior offense the year before for DUI in the same county, and they don't give probation on second offenses. Mr. C.L. was originally offered a plea to second offense with probation, but that would have met serving 30 days in custody. He declined the offer, and Mr. Brown set the matter for trial. He did plea to a first offense and was given no jail time. This was a total win for a charge that appeared to be less than favorable.
Mr. Brown Will Fight for You
Mr. Brown has tried four first degree murder cases, and two of the four cases were dismissed. In the other two cases, the death penalty was taken off the table, and lessor pleas were entered. Mr. Brown is a trial attorney who works hard for his clients.
If you face an injury, a criminal complaint, or a civil suit, let Daymond Brown represent you in Omaha, Nebraska, and the surrounding area. Here at ADAMS & BROWN LAW, L.L.P., we try more cases because that is really the only way to protect people's constitutional rights. We're in your corner, and we will fight for you.
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