If the parties reach an agreement as to a plea deal, then it is often (but not always) the defendant's counsel that files a motion for an entry of a plea. Even more common is for the plea to be entered at an already scheduled hearing such as at a pre-trial or at the trial without a separate motion...Read more »
If a spouse leaves with their child and the spouse left behind wants to pursue a divorce, the way to start a divorce action is generally to file a complaint for dissolution of marriage. In Nebraska, one of the spouses must have resided in the State of Nebraska for at least a year before a divorce...Read more »
Ex husband was very abusive, reports and rrests on dv. Bc of a recent case with hhs and drug use (children not exposed in any way via proof hair follicle test) Temp guardianship was given to my parents. The ex, who was just released from jail on the exact same charges as me after being completely... Read more »
You may want to take a look at the Nebraska Supreme Court case at Cesar C. v. Alicia L, 281 Neb. 979 (2011). In this case, the mother and non-biological father signed a notarized acknowledgment of paternity (the document signed that puts a father's on a birth certificate) stating that the...Read more »
Spousal privilege cannot be claimed. The idea of it as a defense in a criminal matter (domestic assault, sex trafficking, drugs) is really no longer valid. Some communication may be excluded or barred, but over the year the privilege has been eroded.
The no contact is until the case has been resolved unless the court allows the contact. My suggestion is that you have her lawyer remove the no-contact order or if your the alleged victim you speak to the prosecution and her lawyer about having it removed. A good criminal lawyer should be the...Read more »
Just to clarify, it's not your case, but rather the state's case. That is, you are a witness or victim to a crime and now, it seems, the state of Nebraska is pursuing charges against your ex-boyfriend. To be clear, your ex-boyfriend could be found guilty based on your testimony alone if the jury...Read more »
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