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Nebraska Due Process Law
United States v. Christina Richey

After Christina Richey admitted to violating one condition of her supervised
release, the district court1 revoked Richey’s supervised release. The district court
imposed a 24-month prison sentence, in excess of the 6 to 12-month advisory
1The Honorable Laurie Smith Camp, Chief Judge, United States District Court
for the District of Nebraska.
guidelines range, based on Richeyâ... More...
   $0 (07-14-2014 - NE)

State of Nebraska v. Juan E. Castaneda

Juan E. Castaneda was convicted of several charges arising from three shootings that occurred in Omaha, Nebraska, Nebraska Advance Sheets


Cite as 287 Neb. 289

November 12, 2008. We affirm Castaneda’s convictions in all respects, but conclude that the sentences of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole imposed upon Castaneda were unconstitu... More...
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ML Manager, LLC v. Dale M. Jensen

This is an appeal from an order overruling an “Objection to Garnishee’s Answers to Interrogatories” on the finding that the objection was filed after the 20-day time period set forth in Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25-1030 (Reissue 2008). ML Manager, LLC, and SOJ Loan, LLC (collectively ML Manager), contend that under § 25-1030, the 20-day time period should not begin until the garnishor receives not... More...   $0 (01-10-2014 - NE)

Carroll White v. Burdette Searcey

In 1989, Plaintiff Joseph White was convicted by a Nebraska jury of felony murder in the February 1985 rape and murder of Helen Wilson in Beatrice, Nebraska. The prosecution’s case against White was based primarily on the testimony and confessions of White’s co-defendants, Ada JoAnn Taylor, Thomas W. Winslow, James L. Dean, Kathleen A. Gonzalez, and Debra Shelden. White was sentenced to life i... More...   $0 (10-15-2012 - NE)

Sherry Luckert v. Dodge County

Troy Sampson committed suicide while detained at the Dodge County Jail (DCJ) in Fremont, Nebraska. Sampson’s mother, Sherry Luckert, acting as the personal representative of Sampson’s estate, sued Dodge County and jail officials under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, claiming they were deliberately indifferent to Sampson’s medical needs, violating his due process rights. A jury found Dodge County and DCJâ... More...   $0 (06-23-2012 - NE)

Bernard Jones v. Rick McNeese

In this interlocutory appeal, Dr. Rick McNeese appeals the district court's denial of his motion for summary judgment on the basis of qualified immunity. We remand the case to the district court for a more complete articulation of its analysis of Dr. McNeese's motion for summary judgment based on qualified immunity.


The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (the ... More...
   $0 (03-29-2012 - NE)

Gerard Keating v. Nebraska Public Power District

Several Nebraska farmers filed suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, alleging their due process rights were violated when Nebraska officials ordered the farmers to cease drawing water from the Niobrara Watershed without providing a predeprivation hearing. We reversed the district court’s prior dismissal and remanded the matter to the court with specific instructions. On remand, the district court1 deter... More...   $0 (11-07-2011 - NE)

Tim Dempsey v. City of Omaha

Tim Dempsey, the former Chief of Police for Elkhorn, Nebraska, appeals the district court's denial of his First Amendment retaliation claims against the City of Omaha. The events giving rise to this action occurred in the context of Omaha's contested and protracted annexation of Elkhorn. Throughout and following this process, Omaha hired most Elkhorn employees who sought employment with Omaha.
... More...
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Fred H. Keller, Jr. v. City of Fremont

This matter is before the court on a “Certification Request” filed in this court by the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska under Neb. Rev. Stat. § 24-219 et seq. (Reissue 2008). The federal district court’s request involves two federal cases consolidated under the lead case docketed in federal district court as case No. 8:10CV270.

The court has certified the following ... More...
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Michael Nikolas v. City of Omaha

In July 2000, Michael E. Nikolas purchased 6.79 acres of land within three miles of the Omaha city limits, an area in which the City has statutory planning and zoning authority. See Neb. Rev. Stat. § 14-418. The property included a forested area, a ravine, a house, and a dilapidated two-story structure built by a prior owner without necessary building permits that the City had placarded for conde... More...   $0 (05-18-2010 - NE)

Timothy Moore v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company

Timothy Moore bought an unoccupied duplex located in a flood plain from Walsh County, North Dakota, on condition that it be moved by a date certain, and American Family Insurance Company insured the property for $50,000. After a fire destroyed the building about five weeks before the deadline for moving it had expired, American Family denied Mr. Moore's insurance claim on the ground that the fire ... More...   $0 (08-15-2009 - NE)

Gerard Keating v. Nebraska Public Power District

Appellants, Nebraska farmers and ranchers who draw water from the Niobrara Watershed, appeal the district court’s dismissal of their suit brought under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. In this suit, appellants alleged that state officials deprived them of their procedural due process rights when those officials ordered them to cease drawing water from the Niobrara Watershed without providing prior notice or a... More...   $0 (04-13-2009 - NE)

Gregory Kloch v. Jon C. Bruning, etc.

In this interlocutory appeal, Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning seeks reversal of the district court’s decision denying him absolute and qualified immunity in the lawsuit brought under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 by Gregory M. Kloch, M.D., which claimed that provisions of Nebraska’s Uniform Licensing Law violated the due process clause of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Cons... More...   $0 (11-04-2008 - NE)

Fredrick T. Kozisek v. County of Seward, Nebraska, et al.

Fredrick Kozisek appeals the district court's1 grant of summary judgment in favor of Seward County and the chairman of the Seward County Board (collectively and hereinafter "county" or "board") in this employment discrimination and civil rights case. We affirm.


Kozisek began working for the county in 1981 as a weed control officer. In 1994, he applied for and was appoin... More...
   $0 (08-28-2008 - NE)

Shaun O. Parker, DDS v. State of Nebraska ex rel. John Bruning, Attorney General

Shaun O. Parker, D.D.S., appeals the State’s disciplinary action. In November 2006, the director of the Department of Health and Human Services Regulation and Licensure (the Department) revoked Parker’s license to practice dentistry. Parker sought review by the district court. The court affirmed the order revoking his license. On appeal, Parker argues that the State denied him procedural due p... More...   $0 (08-14-2008 - NE)

John J. Sturzenegger v. Father Flanagan's Boys' Home

John J. Sturzenegger sued Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home (Boys Town) and a former Boys Town teacher based on an alleged instance of sexual abuse that occurred while Sturzenegger was a resident of Boys Town. After a rather contentious trial, a jury rejected Sturzenegger’s claims and the district court entered judgment against him. Sturzenegger appeals, claiming that the court erred in several r... More...   $0 (08-14-2008 - NE)

Larry Coffey v. County of Otoe

Otoe County enacted a zoning regulation that prohibits, among other things, the construction of single-family dwellings within a one-half-mile radius of certain animal feeding and waste handling facilities, unless the owner of the single-family dwelling grants an impact easement to the owner of the facility and the owner of the facility agrees to the easement. T he primary issue present... More...   $0 (01-11-2008 - NE)

Stacy Lane VanHorn v. Dennis Oelschlager, et al.

Dennis Oelschlager, the Executive Secretary for the Nebraska State Racing Commission ("the Commission"), and its three appointed Commissioners, Chairman Dennis P. Lee, Janell Beveridge, and Bob Volk ("the Commissioners") seek an interlocutory appeal. Oelschlager and the Commissioners request reversal of the district court's1 denial of their motion to reconsider its order directing that laws... More...   $0 (09-28-2007 - NE)

Paul D. Stweart and Beverly A. Stewart v. Darlene A. Bennett, Trustee of the Darlene A. Bennett Revocable Trust

This case presents an action originally brought by Paul D. Stewart and Beverly A. Stewart to establish a holdover tenancy under the terms and conditions of an expired lease agreement with the landowner, Darlene A. Bennett, trustee of the Darlene A . Bennett Revocable Trust. Bennett denied the existence of a holdover tenancy and asserted that any rule of law establishing a holdover tenan... More...   $0 (03-02-2007 - NE)

Quentin K. Tanko v. United States of America

service in a medically underserved area. He appeals the district court's1 determination this breach makes him liable for treble damages. We affirm.


On February 4, 1999, Quentin Tanko signed four one-year contracts to participate in the NHSC Scholarship Program, 42 U.S.C. §§ 254l-q. In exchange for the government's payment of tuition, reasonable education expenses, and a monthly... More...   $0 (11-04-2005 - NE)

Miguel Angel Ramos v. Alberto R. Gonzales, Attorney Genral of the United States

Until the recent enactment of the REAL ID Act of 2005, Pub. L. No. 109-13, 119 Stat. 231 (2005), which among other things amended the judicial review provisions governing orders of removal in immigration cases, this case would have required a straightforward inquiry. If, as the government argued, Miguel Angel Ramos was being removed because he had been convicted of a controlled substance... More...   $0 (07-13-2005 - NE)


Appellants and cross-respondents W. Randall Mainor and Richard A. Harris, individually, as professional corporations and as a partnership, appeal from the district court's entry of final judgment pursuant to a jury verdict against Mainor and Harris. Respondents and cross-appellants Philip Nault and Wendy Nault, as co-guardians of the person and estate of Jason Nault, cross-appeal from a distr... More...   $0 (11-24-2004 - NE)


This case involves the guardianship of V.B. and S.B., whose parents died in separate drug-related incidents. In his will, Jeffrey B. (Jeff), the father, appointed George H. Shaner and Catherine Shaner as testamentary guardians, and after Jeff's death, the Shaners accepted that appointment. James Riggins and Teresa Riggins, the children's successor guardians under Jeff's will, filed a moti... More...   $0 (11-03-2004 - NE)

Sandra Kay Delano v. Albert John Delano.

Pursuant to this court's authority under Neb. Ct. R. of Prac. 11B(1) (rev. 2000), this case was ordered submitted without oral argument. Albert John Delano appeals from a decree of dissolution entered by the district court for Lancaster County, which decree dissolved his marriage to Sandra Kay Delano and divided the marital estate. For the reasons that follow, we affirm.

BACKGROUND<... More...   $0 (09-14-2004 - NE)

In re Claims Against Atlanta Elevator, Inc., Nebraska Public Service Commission v. Roberts Cattle Company, AGP Grain Cooperative, Inc., et al., and G & W Farms Partnership et al.

Upon the insolvency of Atlanta Elevator, Inc. (AEI), on March 11, 2002, the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) assumed title to all grain in storage at AEI for the benefit of the owners, depositors, and storers of that grain. See Neb. Rev. Stat. § 88-547 (Reissue 1999). After combining the value of the grain inventory and a grain warehouse bond, a total amount available for distribution was... More...   $1083259 (08-20-2004 - NE)

Katherine W. Metzger v. Village of Cedar

Katherine W. Metzger (Metzger) filed a complaint alleging a conspiracy by the Village of Cedar Creek, Nebraska (Cedar Creek), and Robert Fuxa (Fuxa) to construct an earthen levee along Turkey Creek. Turkey Creek divides Metzger's and Fuxa's properties. Metzger claims the levee violates federal regulations promulgated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and adopted by Cedar

1T... More...   $0 (06-08-2004 - NE)

In re Interest of Anthony V., a child under 18 years of age, State of Nebraska v. Kirsten W..

Kirsten W. appeals from an order of the separate juvenile court of Douglas County terminating her parental rights to Anthony V. Kirsten asserts that the juvenile court erred in finding by clear and convincing evidence that Anthony comes within the meaning of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-292(2) and (10) (Reissue 1998) and in finding that termination of her parental rights serves Anthony's best interests. S... More...   $0 (06-01-2004 - NE)

Adam N. Santo v. Beverly Neth, director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, and the Department of Motor Vehicles of the State of Nebraska.

Adam N. Santo's motor vehicle operator's license was revoked after the director of the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (Department) found that the arresting officer had probable cause to believe Santo was operating a motor vehicle in violation of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,196 (Cum. Supp. 2000) and that he refused upon request to submit to a chemical test of his blood. Santo appealed to the d... More...   $0 (04-20-2004 - NE)

In re Interest of Antone C. et al., children under 18 years of age, State of Nebraska v. Mary M. Moran and Douglas County.

Mary M. Moran, an attorney appointed as guardian ad litem for the minor children in these proceedings, appeals from the juvenile court's order entitled "Nunc Pro Tunc and Notice" which modified its initial order approving Moran's fees. We conclude that the order did not constitute an order nunc pro tunc and that the juvenile court did not have authority to modify its prior order within term. We th... More...   $4931 (03-30-2004 - NE)

Thomas Romero v. Meco-Henne Contracting, Inc., and Travelers Insurance Company.

Thomas Romero appeals from an order of a three-judge review panel of the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court affirming the dismissal of his claim by a single judge of the compensation court. On appeal, Romero has challenged various findings of the trial court and has asserted that the court improperly excluded relevant evidence at trial and that the court failed to specify whether it considered R... More...   $0 (02-20-2004 - NE)

In re Interest of Mainor T. & Estela T.

On September 17, 2002, the Hall County Court, sitting as a juvenile court, entered an order terminating the parental rights of Mercedes S. to her minor children, Mainor T. and Estela T., pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-292(1) and (7) (Reissue 1998). The father of the children left the family shortly after Estela was born and is not a party to this action. Mercedes appeals the termination of her p... More...   $0 (01-16-2004 - NE)

State ex rel. Counsel for Discipline v. Merritt E. James.

The Counsel for Discipline filed formal charges against respondent Merritt E. James. After a formal hearing, the referee concluded that James had violated the Code of Professional Responsibility and recommended a suspension of 30 days. For the reasons stated below, we suspend James from the practice of law for 90 days.


James was admi... More...   $0 (01-09-2004 - NE)

Lariat Club v. Nebraska Liquor Control Comm.

Appellant, the Lariat Club, Inc., appeals from the decision of the district court for Lancaster County affirming the decision of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission (the Commission) which canceled the liquor license of the Lariat Club. Because the Commission reached its decision based upon an issue not identified in the notice sent to the Lariat Club, the Lariat Club was denied due process, and... More...   $0 (01-09-2004 - NE)

JacQaus L. Martin, appellee and cross-appellant, v. Nebraska Department of Correctional Services et al., appellants and cross-appellees.

The plaintiff, JacQaus L. Martin, was committed to the custody of the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) on May 30, 1990, and is incarcerated at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution (TSCI). Martin has been found guilty of misconduct at various disciplinary hearings and, as a result, has forfeited 32 months 15 days of good time. Of that time, forfeiture of 19 months 15 days was n... More...   $0 (11-21-2003 - NE)

Gerald Pecoraro v. Sky Ranch For Boys

Gerald P. Pecoraro appeals the dismissal of his complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction and for improper venue. We reverse in part, affirm in part and remand. I. BACKGROUND

Pecoraro was fourteen years old and a resident of Nebraska when, in 1965, his parents sent him to Sky Ranch for Boys, Inc. (Sky Ranch) in South Dakota. Father Donald Murray, now deceased, was the director of Sky Ran... More...   $0 (08-18-2003 - NE)

Colin M. Gourley, et al. v. Nebraska Methodist Health System, Inc., et al.

Neb. Rev. Stat. § 44-2825(1) (Reissue 1998) of the Nebraska Hospital-Medical Liability Act limits recoverable damages in medical malpractice actions to $1,250,000. The district court determined that the damages limitation was unconstitutional because it denied the appellees Colin M. Gourley and his parents, Michael J. Gourley and Lisa A. Gourley, equal protection of the law and a right to a jur... More...   $1250000 (05-16-2003 - NE)

Wasikowski v. Nebraska Quality Jobs Board

The Nebraska Quality Jobs Board (the Board); Board members E. Benjamin Nelson, David Heineman, and Dennis Jorgensen; the Nebraska Department of Revenue and the State Tax Commissioner, M. Berri Balka (collectively the State defendants); and Nebraska Beef, Inc., and Nebraska Beef, Ltd., appeal from the district court’s order (1) voiding the Board’s approval of Nebraska Beef, Ltd.’s... More...   $0 (08-02-2002 - NE)

Omni Behavioral v. Steven Miller

Omni Behavioral Health ("Omni") appeals the district court's1 order granting Detective Steven Miller's ("Miller") motion for summary judgment based on qualified immunity, and dismissing Omni's Fair Housing Act and section 1983 claims. For the reasons discussed below, we affirm.


Omni is a non-profit corporation that provides foster care services to wards of the State of Nebrask... More...   $0 (04-02-2002 - NE)

James Costello v. Mitchell Public School District

Civil case - Education law. Teacher's conduct toward's plaintiffs' daughter, while unprofessional, did not rise to the level of a due process violation; while district committed a procedural violation of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act by failing to provide plaintiffs with a written notice, in light of plaintiffs' repeated failure to provide the district with needed medical informa... More...   $0 (09-24-2001 - NE)

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