Daniel Stockmann is a leading Omaha criminal lawyer. He has been practicing for nearly 15 years and has helped thousands of clients gain favorable outcomes. His expertise rests in defending clients who have had their rights violated by authorities in drug-related arrests, which are frequent in Nebraska considering its proximity to states with more relaxed … Continue reading Omaha Criminal Lawyer: Marijuana Laws Fuel Border War
Daniel Stockmann is a dedicated Omaha drug lawyer. In his 15 years of experience, he has found particular success in defending clients wrongfully charged in a wide array drug cases. His extensive knowledge of drug policy and his handle of the stigma surrounding marijuana in the United States often gives him the upper hand in … Continue reading Omaha Drug Lawyer: The Rise of Pot Tourists
It looks like more parents will need to hire an weed lawyer in Omaha, if Omaha Public Schools gets its way. The district is looking into ways to curb undesirable behavior, and is considering some extreme measures as a result. OPS sent a survey out to parents near the end of last year in an … Continue reading More Kids Might Soon Need a Weed Lawyer in Omaha; OPS Wants Drug Dogs
A false drug arrest falls under the category of a wrongful arrest or false imprisonment, and occurs when someone wrongfully holds you against your will or takes you into custody for drugs. Many false arrests usually starts out as a false accusation, in which an unfounded or unsubstantiated allegation is made against a person. False … Continue reading Can I Sue For A False Drug Arrest?
Any drug lawyer worth his or her salt knows that the Fourth Amendment is the central issue in any interstate drug stop case. That means the government must show that the evidence acquired from every aspect of the traffic stop—the questioning, search, detention, and even the stop itself—must be lawful when used to prove the … Continue reading The Drug Lawyer Handbook: The Suppression Hearing
In states like Nebraska, illegal marijuana possession is at an all-time high (no pun intended). With the recent success of pot legalization in states like Colorado, progressives are more frustrated than ever with the apparent political gridlock in Washington, and are planning a major ballot-initiative to push across the country. They are banking on a very … Continue reading Will Illegal Marijuana Possession Be a Thing of the Past?
America is more divided than ever, but there is one issue about which we all seem to agree: Marijuana laws need to change. States across the board seem to be ready and willing to legalize marijuana, or at least to decriminalize it. Even spots in the media you wouldn’t expect are on board. Of course, … Continue reading America’s Marijuana Laws: A Tangle of Contradictions
Since Colorado’s pot stores opened, a huge cloud of smoke appears to have wafted its way into Nebraska, leaving a slew of marijuana possession arrests in its wake. In fact, Nebraska law enforcement wrote a total of 15 percent more weed-related citations than they did last year, said Public Safety Director Tom Casady. But 300 … Continue reading Marijuana Possession in Nebraska: Quantity or Quality?
Last weekend Nebraska State Patrol made one meth and two marijuana arrests in random traffic stops on Interstate 80, a road notoriously used by drug runners. In one bust, 23 pounds of methamphetamine were seized, estimated to be worth over $1 million. Police also made two marijuana arrests, with a combined weight of 47 pounds. … Continue reading Traffic Stops Yields Huge Meth and Marijuana Arrests