Driving under the influence in Nebraska is a criminal offense subject to severe penalties and many long-term financial and social consequences. Under Nebraska DUI law, you donât even have to be legally intoxicated to be charged with drunk driving. A law enforcement officer simply needs to presume impairment.
Fortunately, you still have rights. The sooner you hire a qualified Omaha DUI attorney, the better the chances of avoiding fines, loss of license and jail. During your arraignment, which is your first court appearance, you should be prepared to inform the court that you have an attorney. This will help with fighting both your criminal case and your license suspension. Time is very important, so donât delay.
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Omaha DUI Lawyer Robb Gage can make a difference in the outcome of your case. To schedule a review of your specific DUI, call (402) 498-2777 or fill out the consultation request form on the contact page. Your inquiry is free and confidential.
Omaha DUI lawyer Robb N. Gage has represented Omaha DUI and Nebraska DUI drivers for many years. Employing technical analysis of the nuts and bolts of DUI prosecution is his trademark. To contact the attorney regarding a Nebraska DUI arrest, please visit omahadui.com or call him at 402-498-2777.
Bar Number: 22502
Nebraska , 2002
University of Nebraska College of Law
Omaha Nebraska DUI Lawyer Robb N. Gage practices civil and criminal law, and has provided successful drunk driving defense to numerous clients in Eastern Nebraska. In addition to professional legal skills, he extends personal service through the duration of the case. Robb Gage is keenly interested in getting the best possible result for your case.
Attorney Robb Gage received a triple-major degree from William Jewell College and attended Oxford University in England for a school year. He earned a juris doctorate from the University of Nebraska Law School, where he was member of the national finalist Nebraska Moot Court Team.
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