- Man convicted of killing friend granted motion hearing Updated: Aug-28-15 6:01 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday ordered an evidentiary hearing be held for a Lincoln man convicted of murder who says his trial attorney failed him by not objecting to jurors being allowed to hear parts of recorded police interviews with him.
- Omaha attorney's license suspended for 60 days Updated: Aug-28-15 12:14 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - The Nebraska Supreme Court has suspended an Omaha attorney's law license for 60 days after finding that he failed to communicate with a client and failed to perform legal work for which he had been paid.
- New trial ordered in case against Nebraska school district Updated: Aug-21-15 11:55 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The Nebraska Supreme Court ordered a new trial Friday for a legal dispute between an architectural firm and a school district that was ordered to pay an extra $2 million for construction work.
- Lancaster County Judge Stacy named to Nebraska Supreme Court Updated: Aug-14-15 7:13 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Lancaster County judge with more than two decades of legal experience will become the second woman in state history to serve on the Nebraska Supreme Court, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Friday.
- High court: Separate assault convictions for same attack OK Updated: Aug-14-15 3:28 pm
OMAHA, Nebraska - Convicting a person under different degrees of assault for a single attack does not constitute double jeopardy, the Nebraska Supreme Court said Friday in a ruling that drew a vigorous dissent from one justice.
- Lincoln attorney disbarred for felony assault conviction Updated: Aug-14-15 11:56 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A Lincoln attorney convicted and sentenced to one to three years in prison for what police said was a knife attack on her husband has been disbarred.
- Nebraska high court closes access to killer's drawings Updated: Aug-07-15 4:49 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - An author who sued the state for access to a serial child killer's prison drawings didn't show good cause under state law for inspecting and reproducing the drawings, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday.