Personal Injury Law

DUI and Traffic Offenses

Driving Under the Influence

The best defense to a charge of Driving under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), is to contact an attorney immediately after your arrest. We can assist you in obtaining a reduction of you bond, explaining the effect of your arrest on your driver's license and driving privileges, and in providing resources and instructions for obtaining an Ignition Interlock Device and Permit, that may allow you immediate, limited driving privileges.

Contact our office today to learn what options are available to you.

After you learn the effect of your arrest, you will need competent legal counsel to inform you of your options as you prepare for trial. The Nebraska DUI laws prescribe specific and sometimes mandatory penalties for DUI offenses. No two DUI arrests are the same and you will need an experienced attorney to examine all aspects of your case, beginning with the nature of the stop and continuing through the sobriety tests, breath tests, and blood alcohol tests performed either at the scene or at the police/sheriff's station. Our office is ready and willing to file any motion or try any issue that has the slightest chance of reducing the possible penalty either completely or partially. Don't hire an attorney that is going to take your money and pressure you into a plea deal - Contact the Law Offices of Nicholas E. Wurth, PC, LLO to speak with an attorney that will fight for your rights and your legal interests.

Should your DUI arrest result in a plea or a conviction by judge or jury, our office has a set checklist and plan to give you the best chance to possibly reduce your sentence within the limits of the law. Even someone who calls himself or herself the best Nebraska DUI attorney cannot (and should not) guarantee you a result, however, our office can guarantee that you will be given competent advice on how to best put yourself in a positive light as we prepare for plea bargains and the sentencing hearing.

Traffic Offenses

Just because your ticket or arrest doesn't include a DUI/DWI charge, doesn’t mean you aren’t entitled to the best defense of your Nebraska traffic offenses. Your rights don't end just because the ticket or offense may be deemed by some as "minor." Our office can handle any traffic or driving related charge that you have. These charges include, but are not limited to:
  • Motor Vehicle Homicide
  • Reckless/Willful Reckless Driving
  • Driving during revocation or driving during suspension
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident
  • Driving without Insurance
  • Following to close
  • Texting while driving

Criminal Defense

Felonies and Misdemeanors Our office specializes in defending all types of criminal defense for arrests in and around the Omaha, Douglas County area. We will litigate your case to the fullest extent of the law, and pursue every avenue available in working to defend your criminal arrest. No matter how serious you perceive your charge to be, we can give you fast, affordable legal advice as well as support you through out the life of your criminal case. If you or a loved one has been recently arrested, do not hesitate to Contact an experienced Omaha criminal defense attorney for your best chance at a positive result.

The Law Offices of Nicholas E. Wurth, PC, LLO
319 South 17th Street
Suite #522
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: (402) 884-9620
Fax: (402)403-5356

The Law Offices of Nicholas E. Wurth, PC, LLO serves the following areas: Omaha, Blair, Bellevue, Boys Town, Fremont, La Vista, Lincoln, Millard, Oakland, Papillion, Plattsmouth, Tekamah, Valley, Burt County, Douglas County, Dodge County, Cass County, Lancaster County, Sarpy County, Saunders County and Washington County, Nebraska.

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