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I am a criminal defense lawyer licensed in Nebraska and Iowa. My practice handles criminal cases (both Felony and Misdemeanors) in Eastern Nebraska (Omaha, Douglas County, Sarpy County, Washington County, Dodge County, Platte County, Saunders County, Lancaster County, Cass County and surrounding areas) and Western Iowa (Pottawattamie County, Mills County, Monona County, Woodbury County, Harrison County and surrounding areas).
If you have been charged with ANY CRIME in the Sate of Nebraska or Iowa, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney.
In this blog, I will NOT be discussing defenses, discovery, pre-trial motions, police reports, possible civil penalties, “no contest” pleas, or other such information. That information requires an in-depth consultation. Wherein we will be discussing your particular case in intricate detail and formulating a comprehensive defensive strategy to attack the charges against you.
CONTENTS OF TODAY’S BLOG
Today’s topic will be Penalties for Felony Driving During Revocation in Nebraska
Neb.Rev.Stat. § 60-6,197.06. Operating motor vehicle during revocation period; penalties.
(1) Unless otherwise provided by law pursuant to an ignition interlock permit, any person operating a motor vehicle on the highways or streets of this state while his or her operator’s license has been revoked pursuant to section 28-306, section 60-698, subdivision (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), or (10) of section 60-6,197.03, or section 60-6,198, or pursuant to subdivision (2)(c) or (2)(d) of section 60-6,196 or subdivision (4)(c) or (4)(d) of section 60-6,197 as such subdivisions existed prior to July 16, 2004, shall be guilty of a Class IV felony, and the court shall, as part of the judgment of conviction, revoke the operator’s license of such person for a period of fifteen years from the date ordered by the court and shall issue an order pursuant to section 60-6,197.01. Such revocation and order shall be administered upon sentencing, upon final judgment of any appeal or review, or upon the date that any probation is revoked.
(2) If such person has had a conviction under this section or under subsection (6) of section 60-6,196 or subsection (7) of section 60-6,197, as such subsections existed prior to July 16, 2004, prior to the date of the current conviction under this section, such person shall be guilty of a Class III felony, and the court shall, as part of the judgment of conviction, revoke the operator’s license of such person for a period of fifteen years from the date ordered by the court and shall issue an order pursuant to section 60-6,197.01. Such revocation and order shall be administered upon sentencing, upon final judgment of any appeal or review, or upon the date that any probation is revoked.
How much time in Jail can I receive for being convicted of a Felony in the State of Nebraska?
Class IV Felony
If Convicted of a Class IV Felony you face:
Maximum of up to five (5) years imprisonment and/or up to a $10,000.00 fine or both.
Class III Felony
If Convicted of a Class III Felony you face:
Maximum of up to Twenty (20) years imprisonment or up to a $25,000.00 fine or both.
Minimum imprisonment of one (1) year.
(Again, every case is different due to facts and circumstances. Therefore, to fully know and understand the full range of penalties – both criminal and civil penalties and liabilities- you are facing, you need to discuss your case in DETAIL with an experienced criminal defense lawyer like David Tighe.
Remember that first and foremost, if you have been pulled over, cited or arrested you should immediately contact an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney, Like David Tighe, to discuss your particular situation and immediately work on developing a comprehensive defense strategy for your case.
The purpose of this blog is purely for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice and does not create an “Attorney-Client Relationship” as everyone’s legal situation is different and is dependent on the isolated facts of their particular situation.
I will post additional information regarding Nebraska crimes, laws and procedures and penalties in the near future.
If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime in Nebraska or Iowa – time is critical. Each case is unique, and it is important to protect your rights. David Tighe is an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney that is able to answer your questions, and determine the best course of action.
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