State v. Alkazahy

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State v. Alkazahy

Case Number
S-22-0480
Call Date
March 3, 2023
Case Time
9:00 AM
Court Number
Lancaster
Case Location
Lincoln
Court Type
District Court
Case Summary

S-22-0480 State of Nebraska (Appellee) v. Munif J. Alkazahy (Appellant).

Appeal from the District Court for Lancaster County District Court, Judge Ryan Post.

Attorneys:  Timothy Noerrlinger (Naylor & Rappl for Appellant) and Nathan A. Liss (Asst. Attorney General for Appellee)

Criminal: Proximately Causing Serious Bodily Injury while Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Motion to Suppress, and Excessive Sentence

Proceedings Below:  The trial court overruled Appellant’s Motion to Suppress the results of a DUI chemical test, and Appellant was convicted of Proximately Causing Serious Bodily Injury while DUI.  Appellant was sentenced to eighteen (18) months in prison and eighteen (18) months post release supervision.  On its own motion, the Supreme Court ordered this case to be transferred from the docket of the Court of Appeals to its docket.

Issues: Appellant raises the following assignments of error:  1) District Court committed reversible error by overruling Appellant’s Motion to Suppress the results of the DataMaster test; and 2) The sentence imposed by the District Court is excessive and constitutes an abuse of discretion.

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