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Q: Is code 60-6,108 applicable when determining whether one was driving over legal limit on a private road?

I am wondering if this is applicable to the court case State v. Grutell (Stanton County) Nebraska. I am a student at Nebraska Wesleyan University curious about this case.

Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler answered on Jan 30, 2020

If you are looking for case law regarding the interaction between Neb. Rev. Stat. 60-6,108 and DUI's in Nebraska, you may want to read State v. Pester, 294 Neb. 995 (2016).

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Q: State gets continuance for cop and I was denied for same hearing?

I had suppression hearing and state got continuance 4 days before hearing because one of the witness troopers had vacation? Then blizzard happened day of and before hearing roads were nearly impassable and my witnesses were not able to make hearing and wasn't allowed continuance for them and i was... Read more »

Brendan Michael Kelly
Brendan Michael Kelly answered on Apr 17, 2017

You should have had your attorney contact the court and it would have likely be continued.

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