Murder Sentencing Guidelines – Minimum to Maximum for Every State

Skip to State by State Overview of Murder Sentences The minimum and maxiumum sentence for murder varies depending on the jurisdiction and the specific degree or classification of the murder charge. In the United States, for example, minimum sentences can differ significantly among states and even within different degrees of murder (e.g., first-degree, second-degree, and … Read more

Nebraska Hit and Run Laws

Under Nebraska hit and run laws section 60-697. If you leave the scene of an accident before rendering assistance and exchanging contact information with the struck person, you are guilty of a felony or misdemeanor. The injuries and resulting property damage determine the charge. Quick take: Leaving the scene of an accident in Nebraska Leaving … Read more

Nebraska Sexting Laws

Nebraska sexting laws (28-1463.03) dictate that anyone found in possession of pictures (still or moving) depicting a child engaged in sexual conduct is guilty of child pornography possession. That means sexting teens in the state risk felony child pornography charges. Quick take: Teens and adults found guilty of possession or distribution of child pornography must … Read more

Nebraska Whistleblower Laws

Whistleblower Laws as they apply to the state of Nebraska

A Summary of Nebraska Whistleblower Laws Nebraska is an employment-at-will state. This means employees in Nebraska can be discharged from work for any reason or no reason. However, Nebraska has several exceptions to the employment-at-will doctrine that are used to protect employees from wrongful discharge and retaliation. These exceptions include common law protections and statutory … Read more

Nebraska Child Support Laws

Child Support Laws as they apply to the state of Nebraska

Everything you need to know about Nebraska child support laws, updated for 2022. The main principle behind the Nebraska Child Support Guidelines is that parents in the state share an equal duty to contribute to the support of their child(ren) in proportion to their respective incomes. § 4-201. Introduction That tells us that the law … Read more

Nebraska Car Seat Laws

A Summary of Child Car Seat Laws in Nebraska

Children are required to ride on rear-facing seats from birth until age 2 or until they exceed the maximum weight and height limits of the seat. Once children reach age 2 or exceed the rear-facing seat requirements, they can graduate to forward-facing seats. Children who have outgrown forward-facing seats are required to ride on booster … Read more

Nebraska Statute of Limitations

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Statute of Limitations NE- Summary Nebraska’s statute of limitations establishes a deadline before which civil cases – such as lawsuits – must be filed in the state. In relation to criminal charges, it also prevents prosecutors from charging an individual with a crime after a specified period of time has passed. The statutes of limitations … Read more

Nebraska Recording Laws

Nebraska Recording Law

Nebraska Recording Law Summary: Nebraska recording law stipulates that it is a one-party consent state. In Nebraska, it is a criminal offense to use any device to record or share communications, whether they are wire, oral or electronic, without the consent of at least one person taking part in the communication. This means that in … Read more