Omaha Multiple DUI Offenses Lawyer
The law in Nebraska takes driving under the influence (DUI) seriously. Every subsequent conviction after the first one brings ever increasing fines, jail time and license revocation. Facing the possibility of multiple DUI convictions, it is essential to work with an experienced and dedicated legal team.
The law office of John K. Green, Attorney at Law, focuses on defending Nebraska clients against DUI charges. Omaha multiple DUI offenses attorney John K. Green is an AV Preeminent* attorney with a reputation for focused, aggressive DUI defense in Nebraska. With more than 30 years of experience in the practice of law, attorney Green has a thorough understanding of the law and the procedures involved with getting charges dropped, cases dismissed and penalties minimized.
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In every case we handle, we do our best to have the charges dropped. When that is not possible, we do our best to minimize the damage for our clients by getting the charges reduced or finding alternative sentencing options.
It is obviously important to fight a second or subsequent DUI aggressively, as the fines, jail time and other penalties continue to increase with each subsequent conviction. It is also important to fight the first conviction aggressively, because stopping the first conviction eliminates the possibility of a subsequent conviction later.
Whether you are facing your first DUI charge or your fifth, we will look into every detail of your case to find the mistakes that could get your case dismissed or key evidence suppressed:
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