State v. Bradley

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State v. Bradley

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Call Date
June 12, 2018
Case Time
1:00 PM
Case Summary

A-17-644, State of Nebraska v. Dontevian Bradley (Appellant)

Lancaster County, District Judge Lori Maret

Attorney for Appellant: Matthew K. Kosmicki

Attorney for Appellee: Joe Meyer (Assistant Attorney General)

Criminal Action: Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person; terroristic threats; tampering with a witness informant; use of a firearm to commit a felony

Action Taken by Trial Court: Following a jury trial, Bradley was convicted of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, terroristic threats, tampering with a witness informant, and use of a firearm to commit a felony. The District Court for Lancaster County sentenced him to an aggregate of 18 to 27 years’ imprisonment.

Assignments of Error on Appeal: Bradley assigns the district court erred in (1) violating his 8th Amendment right to bond by increasing his bond, (2) not granting his motion to continue trial, (3) allowing the State to amend the Information, (4) allowing the State to endorse additional witnesses, (5) receiving exhibit 7 without proper foundation and despite its prejudicial nature, (6) allowing inadmissible hearsay evidence, (7) allowing a conviction based on insufficient evidence, and (8) imposing an excessive sentence.

Case Location
Court Type
District Court
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Panel Text
Pirtle, Riedmann, and Bishop, Judges