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Client Success Stories
Mr. RT – Charged with DUI 3rd offense (Class IV felony), refused test; case dismissed 3/25/10
RT was arrested at his home in Omaha and spent the longest two days of his life in jail. He was charged with a third offense of DUI, a Class IV felony (0 to 5 years in jail), resisting arrest and test refusal. After being offered to plead guilty to the felony with probation and 30 days in jail or taking the matter to trial Mr. Kelly was hired. Mr. Kelly fought hard to keep RT’s driver’s license and keep him out of jail. The matter was bound over for trial at the preliminary hearing and Mr. Kelly continued to fight. The case was dismissed by the Court and RT was released and his bond was returned.
Ms. HT - Charged with DUI and no insurance; reduced to reckless driving
HT was arrested with a male friend for DUI and she tested at a BAC of .096 (the legal limit is .08). Mr. Kelly entered a plea of not guilty and had the matter set for a jury trial. HT refused to do an alcohol diversion program and at the motions hearing the State offered a plea to reckless driving.
Mr. CL - Charged with DUI 2nd offense and a noisy muffler; reduced to DUI 1st offense
CL had a prior conviction in the same county the year before and they don’t give probation on second offenses. CL was offered a plea to the charge with the minimum jail term of 30 days. He declined the offered on Mr. Kelly’s advice and the matter was set for trial. He pled guilty to a first offense DUI.
Mr. TW - Charged with Making Terroristic Threats (Class IV felony) and Strangulation (Class III felony), both involving Domestic Violence
TW was a member of our armed services and any plea to a domestic violence charge would mean he could not carry a firearm. Mr. Kelly worked hard to mitigate the matter and get TW the help he and his partner needed so they could work out the problems they were facing. After a short period of time, TW pled guilty to a Class III misdemeanor of disturbance of the peace and was able to keep his right to bear arms, which he would have lost had Mr. Kelly not worked so hard.
The Law Office of Brendan M. Kelly, P.C.
1700 Farnam Street, Suite 2820
Omaha , NE 68102
Phone: (402) 455-1711
Toll free: (877) 653-9024
Fax: (402) 408-6576