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Ted Lohrberg

TED M. LOHRBERG, Attorney at Law

Ted M. Lohrberg was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on September 11, 1968. A 1987 graduate of Wayne High School, he received his Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1991 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 1997.

Ted has represented people charged with crimes for over 12 years. He has successfully tried numerous cases to both juries and judges. He is also often successful at the pretrial stage by winning motions to suppress or other pretrial motions on behalf of his clients.

Ted also practices in the areas of Probate, Personal Injury, Domestic Relations, and Business Organizations.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Juris Doctorate, 1997
Bachelor of Science in Education, 1991

Admitted to Practice:
U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska
All Nebraska State Courts

Professional Involvement:
•  Nebraska State Bar Association (1997 to present)
•  Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorneys Association
      - Board of Directors from 2009 to present
•  Madison County Bar Association
      - Current Vice President

Civic Involvement:
•  Zion Lutheran Church, Pierce
      - Served on Trustees and Secretary of Voter's Assembly
•  Boy Scouts of America - Diamond Dick District
      - Eagle Board of Review Committee
•  Mid America Council - Boy Scouts of America
      - Board of Trustees

Representative Cases:
•  State v. G.D. (Wayne Co. 2005) One Count Burglary, Class III Felony. Three day jury trial resulted in acquittal.
•  State v. G.R. (Cherry Co. 2006) One Count of Criminal Mischief. Two day jury trial resulted in acquittal.
•  State v. S.C. (Knox Co. 2007) Two consolidated counts of Possession of a Firearm by a felon. One day jury trial resulted in directed verdict in favor of the Defendant.
•  State v. D.C. (Madison Co. 2007) Two complaint charging Second Offense aggravated Driving Under the Influence and Disturbing the Peace. Two day jury trial resulted in acquittal of the aggravated DUI charge. Found guilty of disturbing the peace and fined $500.00.
•  State v. R.H. (Pierce Co. 2004 & 2005) Six Count Information charging Kidnapping, a Class IA Felony punishable by Life in Prison without Parole; First Degree Sexual Assault, a Class II Felony punishable by 1 to fifty years imprisonment; Two Counts of Use of a Deadly Weapon to commit a Felony, a Class III Felony punishable by one to twenty years imprisonment; Second Degree Assault, a Class IIIA Felony punishable Zero to Five years; and Attempted Murder, a Class II felony. After extensive discovery, State dismissed kidnapping and assault charges. Client sentenced to twenty-four to thirty years imprisonment.
•  State v. J.S. (Pierce Co. 2002) Client charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. State dismissed after successful motion to suppress.