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Chantler v. Chantler

A-12-0707, Gary R. Chantler v. Sue E. Chantler (Appellant)

Lancaster County, District Court Judge Paul D. Merritt, Jr.

Attorney for Appellant:  Terrance A. Poppe, Benjamin D. Kramer (Morrow, Poppe, Watermeier & Lonowski, P.C.)

Attorney for Appellee:  Jane F. Langan, Sheila A. Bentzen (Rembolt Kudtke LLP)

Civil Action:  modification of decree, child support, and parenting plan

In re Estate of Sheen

A-12-0611, In re Estate of Sheen.   J.H. Schroeder, Denzel Snow, and Leroy Herder (Appellants) v. Janene M. Feikert and Allen W. Sheen (Appellees)

County Court for Buffalo County,  Judge Graten D. Beavers

Attorneys for Appellants: Brian E. Jorde and Brandon B. Hanson, of Domina Law Group

Attorneys for Appellees: Kent A. Schroeder and Luke M. Simpson, of Ross, Schroeder & George

Civil Action: Trust administration proceeding.

Kreifels v. Kreifels

A-12-0645, Renee M. Kreifels (Appellant) v. Aric A. Kreifels

York County, Judge Alan G. Gless

Attorney for Appellant: Jane F. Langan (Rembolt Ludtke LLP)

Attorney for Appellee:  John W. Ballew Jr. (Ballew Schneider Covalt Hazen PC LLO)

Civil Action: Dissolution with child custody.

State v. Dalland

A-12-0615, State of Nebraska v. Roger L. Dalland (Appellant)

Hamilton County, District Court Judge Michael Owens

Attorney for Appellant:  Michael P. Kneale (Bradley, Elsbernd, Andersen Kneale & Mues Jankovitz, P.C.)

Attorney for Appellee:  Jon Bruning, Nathan A. Liss (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal Action:  Possession of a controlled substance

Action Taken by Trial Court:  In a bench trial, the trial court found Dalland guilty of possession of a controlled substance.

Geiss v. Geiss

A-12-0564, Morgan Geiss v. Eric Geiss (Appellant)

Lincoln County District Court, Judge Donald E. Rowlands

Attorney for Appellant: Nicholas M. Froeschl

Attorney for Appellee:  Jeffrey M. Eastman

Civil Action: Modification of child custody

State v. Sledge

A-12-0494, State v. Claude Sledge III (Appellant)

Lancaster County District Court, Judge John Colborn

Attorney for Appellant: Sarah Newell (Public Defender’s Office)

Attorney for Appellee: Nathan A. Liss (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal Action: Driving during revocation.

In re Interest of Nery V.

A-12-0629 and A-12-0662, In re Interest of Nery V., Esperanza V., and Mario V., Jr.: State v. Mario V.,  Sr. and Ida V. (Appellants)

Hall County, County Judge Philip Martin, Jr.

Attorney for Appellant Father:  Matthew C. Boyle (Lauritsen, Brownell, Bronstrom & Stehlik)

Attorney for Appellant Mother:  Janice I. Reeves (Truell, Murray & Associates) 

Attorney for Appellee State:  Sarah N. Johnson (Hall County Attorney’s Office)

Attorney for Appellee GAL:  Susan Koenig

Attorney for Appellee DHHS:  Jay B. Judds (DHHS)

In re Interest of Josselynn E.

A-12-0455, In re Interest of Josselynn E., State v. Evelyn M. and Robert E. (Appellants)

Buffalo County Court, sitting as a juvenile court, Judge Graten D. Beavers

Attorney for Appellant: Stephen G. Lowe

GAL for Appellant Mother: D. Brandon Brinegar

Attorney for Appellee Father: Vikki S. Stamm

Attorney for Appellee: Patrick M. Lee (County Attorney’s Office)

Civil Action: Termination of Parental Rights

Loseke v. Loseke

A-12-0655, Karen Loseke (Appellant)  v.  Scott Loseke

Platte County District Court,  Judge Robert Steinke

Attorney for Appellant:  John A. Kinney, Jill M. Mason

Attorney for Appellee: Ronald E. Reagan

Civil Action: Dissolution

Action taken by the trial court: The trial court overruled appellant’s motion to continue the hearing and sustained appellee’s motion for summary judgment.

State v. Kelly

A-12-0218, State of Nebraska v. William J. Kelly (Appellant)

Cedar County, District Court Judge Paul J. Vaughn

Attorney for Appellant:  Michael J. Wilson (Schaefer Shapiro, LLP)

Attorney for Appellee:  Jon Bruning, Stacy M. Foust (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal Action:  First degree sexual assault, incest

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The jury found Kelly guilty of two counts of first degree sexual assault and two counts of incest.