The Nebraska County Attorneys Association advocates for public policies that strengthen county attorneys’ ability to secure justice for crime victims and serve as legal counsel to their county.

We provide continuing legal education programs, service, support and resources to the county attorneys and staff to enhance and improve the quality of all prosecution throughout the State and facilitate access to best practices in law enforcement and public safety.

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Ricketts won’t sign bill to restore felons’ voting rights sooner, says current 2-year wait ‘not too much to ask’

OWH April 26, 2017

Gov. Pete Ricketts took one of three options off the table Tuesday when he said he won’t sign a bill that allows Nebraska felons to vote in elections after completing their sentences.

The Legislature voted 27-13 on Monday to pass the bill, which ends the two-year waiting period for felons before they can exercise their right to vote.

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AMERICAN CARNAGE THE NEW LANDSCAPE OF OPIOID ADDICTION

Christopher Caldwell April 2017

“We should all be dead,” said Jonathan Goyer one bright morning in January as he looked across a room filled with dozens of his coworkers and clients. The Anchor Recovery Community Center, which Goyer helps run, occupies the shell of an office building in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Founded seven years ago, Anchor specializes in “peer-to-peer” counseling for drug addicts.

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Melanie Young, Chief Deputy in Buffalo County and incoming President of the Nebraska County Attorneys Association congratulates outgoing President, Brenda Beadle, Chief Douglas County Attorney.


Nebraska County Attorneys Association

Our Association is dedicated to helping Nebraska’s County Attorney’s provide the best possible public service in their dual role of Prosecutor and Civil Attorney for each of Nebraska’s 93 Counties.


2017  Conference Dates:

2017 Spring Conference

May 17-19, 2017
Holiday Inn
Kearney, NE

2017 Fall Conference

October 11-13, 2017
The Graduate Hotel
Lincoln, NE


Membership

Membership in the Association is open to County Attorneys and their deputies.