Nebraska DUI Penalties Clickable Infographic – Your Freedom and Your License On the Line

August 5, 2016

If you’re facing a DUI and want to know what you may be in for, look no further. I know the legal penalties of a Nebraska DUI are one of the first concerns when someone gets a pulled over for DUI, because it’s most often the first thing clients ask when they come to see me for an initial consultation on their DUI case. Their freedom and their driver’s license are on the line. Below is a handy Nebraska DUI Penalties Clickable Infographic.

Hightower Reff Law is a team of confident, clear, committed attorneys representing clients in the Omaha metro and surrounding areas in family law and criminal defense/dui.

Each infographic frame is clickable, with links to resources like the the Nebraska statute that lays out the DUI penalties, Nebraska DMV ignition interlock info., Hightower Reff’s DUI defense practice, and more information about me.



I’ve been a criminal defense/DUI attorney for more than 15  years. I know good people make mistakes. I get it.

If you’re one of them, don’t compound the mistake of getting a DUI by going into the Nebraska DUI court process or the Nebraska DUI DMV process without knowing the score. Educate yourself and enlist the help of an experienced Omaha DUI lawyer as soon as possible.

If you’d like a PDF of the Nebraska DUI Penalties Clickable Infographic to print or download, click here.


This article should not be construed as legal advice. Situations are different and it’s impossible to provide legal advice for every situation without knowing the individual facts. 

For details about the author, Hightower Reff Partner Attorney Susan Reff, visit her profile page at our main website.

You can learn more about Hightower Reff’s DUI defense practice at our main website.

If you need help with a DUI case, contact Hightower Reff Law today and arrange a time to visit with Susan by phone or at the Omaha office.

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