An Omaha man sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating a drunken driving probation fought his June 13 sentence Tuesday in Dodge County Court.

Christopher Copple, 29, was sentenced after violating a five-year probation for driving under the influence-third offense, a Class W misdemeanor. He also had his driver’s license suspended for 15 years. Copple had completed about three years of probation.

Motions to withdraw his guilty plea and to reconsider his sentence were heard by Dodge County Judge Kenneth Vampola.

Glenn Shapiro, his attorney, argued Copple hadn’t been advised of his rights every time he had his hearings continued because he hadn’t yet contacted Shapiro. State law requires civil rights be advised at the first court appearance and not at subsequent court dates if they had already been advised.

Shapiro said Copple admitted to violating his probation by not attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings because he didn’t think jail time was a possibility. Court transcripts showed he had been advised of the possible penalties.

Shapiro asked that the 15-year driver’s license suspension be reconsidered. Copple has been in jail since June 13.

Deputy Dodge County Attorney Mark Boyer said in addition to not attending AA meetings, Copple missed several scheduled probation meetings.

Vampola took the motions under advisement and said he would issue a written ruling by next week.

Other cases heard Tuesday included (unless otherwise noted, an additional $44 in court costs is added to fines and jail sentences):

* Chrystal Foust, 21, of Fremont was fined $150 for driving under suspension and no proof of insurance.

* Kurt Frederickson, 46, of Kearney pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a property damage accident, a Class III misdemeanor. He was fined $250 and his driver’s license was suspended for 30 days.

* Jeremy Frink, 29, of Fremont pleaded guilty to theft by shoplifting, a Class II misdemeanor. He was fined $200.

* David Garabrandt, 44, of Omaha pleaded guilty to driving under suspension, a Class III misdemeanor. He was fined $75.

* Simon Gatkuoth, 20, of Omaha pleaded guilty to driving under suspension. He was fined $75.

* Pam Hopkins was appointed to represent Craig Greunke, 37, of Fremont and arraignment was continued until Aug. 8. Greunke is charged with DUI-first offense; no proof of insurance, a Class II misdemeanor; reckless driving, a Class III misdemeanor; and a stop sign violation, an infraction.

* Gary J. Gosserhode, 48, of Dodge pleaded guilty to DUI-first offense. In exchange for his plea, charges of reckless driving and driving left of center were dismissed. When he was stopped March 13 by a Dodge County deputy for swerving, his blood alcohol content was .175 percent. A chemical evaluation was ordered and sentencing set for Sept. 12.

* Adam Haecke, 28, of Fremont was denied court appointed counsel because he did not meet poverty guidelines and had his arraignment continued until Aug. 29 to hire a private attorney. He is charged with theft by unlawful taking, false reporting, obstructing a peace officer and obstructing government operations, all Class I misdemeanors.

* Shandy Halverson, 25, of Valley admitted to violating his probation for DUI-first offense by being cited for driving under suspension twice. He was sentenced to seven days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months.

* Jeffrey Hamilton, 19, of Fremont pleaded guilty to minor in possession and open container. He was fined $300.

* Rob Keith was appointed to represent Robert Hanson, 42, of Fremont and arraignment was continued until Aug. 22. Hanson is charged with two counts of DUI-first offense; willful reckless driving, a Class III misdemeanor; and the infractions of failure to signal and open container.

* Kristie L. Harpster, 31, of Omaha waived her right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Dodge County District Court for an Aug. 7 arraignment. She is charged with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine with the intent to deliver, a Class II felony; second-degree forgery, false reporting and obstructing a peace officer, all Class I misdemeanors; possession of a forged instrument, a Class II misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, an infraction.

* Heidi Hegle, 35, of Hildreth pleaded guilty to no proof of insurance; no valid registration, a Class III misdemeanor; and violating a traffic signal, an infraction. She was fined $125.

* An Aug. 17 preliminary hearing was set for Robert Hoops, 39, of North Bend. He is charged with theft by deception, a Class III felony, and sale of secured property, a Class IV felony.

* Joshua K. Johnston, 24, of North Bend pleaded no contest to DUI-first offense and obstructing a peace officer, a Class I misdemeanor. When he was stopped Nov. 20 by a Dodge County deputy for swerving, his blood alcohol content was .12 percent. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered and sentencing set for Sept. 19.

* Coday J. Keeler, 20, of Fremont pleaded guilty to DUI-first offense. In exchange for his plea, a charge of exhibition of speed, a Class III misdemeanor, was dismissed. When he was stopped June 24 by Fremont Police for speeding, his blood alcohol content was .159 percent. A chemical evaluation was ordered and sentencing set for Aug. 22.

* Leta Fornoff was appointed to represent James Kiesling, 22, of Fremont and arraignment was continued until Aug. 8. There is a motion to revoke Kiesling’s probation for criminal mischief, a Class II misdemeanor.

* Torey Kolter, 20, of Fremont pleaded guilty to DUI-first offense and minor in possession. In exchange for his plea, the DUI charge was amended from a second offense. When he was stopped May 26 by a Dodge County deputy after sliding into a ditch, his blood alcohol content was .225 percent. He was sentenced to 48 hours in jail, six months of probation and fined $650. As part of his probation, he must attend a defensive driving class, a victim’s impact panel, outpatient treatment and a chemical education class. He also must perform 60 hours of community service and his driver’s license was revoked for 60 days. An ignition interlock device was approved.

* Andrew Kreikemeier, 16, of Scribner pleaded guilty to minor in possession. He was fined $250.

* Jordan Leikus, 19, of Fremont pleaded guilty to his second minor in possession offense and open container. He was fined $400.

* Robert Leu Jr., 20, of Fremont was sentenced to 10 months of probation for joyriding, a Class III misdemeanor. He also was ordered to pay $211 in restitution, to perform 60 hours of community service and complete an appropriate decision-making class.

* Levi Limbach, 25, of Fremont pleaded guilty to driving under suspension and no proof of insurance. In exchange for his plea, charges of violating a harassment protection order, a Class II misdemeanor, and the infractions of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana-less than an ounce were dismissed. Sentencing was set for Sept. 19.

* Tanya M. Limbach, 19, of Fremont had her probation for DUI-first offense revoked and was sentenced to seven days in jail. Her driver’s license also was suspended for six months.

* Bryan Lott, 30, of Fremont pleaded guilty to attempted possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, a Class I misdemeanor. In exchange for his plea, the charge was amended from possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, a Class IV felony, and a charge of violating a protection order, a Class II misdemeanor, was dismissed. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered and sentencing set for Sept. 5.

* Anthony Martinez, 21, of Fremont pleaded guilty to driving during revocation, a Class II misdemeanor, and minor in possession. In exchange for his plea, the driving during revocation charge was amended from a second offense and a charge of speeding was dismissed. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered and sentencing set for Aug. 29.

* Michael Martinez, 21, of Fremont was sentenced to one year of probation, fined $200 and ordered to pay $450 in restitution for resisting arrest and criminal mischief, a Class II misdemeanor. He also was ordered to attend anger management counseling, complete his General Education Development certificate (GED) and perform 80 hours of community service.

* Bryan Meismer was appointed to represent Shawn Matheny, 34, of Fremont and arraignment was continued until Aug. 22. Matheny is charged with DUI-first offense.

* Kandee McMullen, 35, of Arlington pleaded guilty to DUI-first offense. In exchange for her plea, a charge of driving on the shoulder, an infraction, was dismissed. When she was stopped June 17 by a Dodge County deputy, her blood alcohol content was .12 percent. A chemical evaluation was ordered and sentencing set for Aug. 29.

* Shane Meredith, 33, of Omaha pleaded guilty to driving under suspension and failure to display a front license plate, a Class III misdemeanor. He was fined $125.

* Penny L. Moore, 37, of Bellevue pleaded guilty to second-degree trespass, a Class II misdemeanor. In exchange for her plea, a charge of disturbing the peace, a Class III misdemeanor, was dismissed. She was fined $300.

* Michael Munns, 37, of Fremont was sentenced to six months of probation and fined $475 for DUI-first offense and no proof of insurance. As part of his probation, he must attend a defensive driving class, a victim’s impact panel, intensive outpatient treatment and a chemical education class. He also must perform 60 hours of community service and his driver’s license was revoked for 60 days.

* Peter Nuccio, 18, of Scribner pleaded guilty to minor in possession. He was fined $250.

* Karen A. Ortmeyer, 29, of Fremont waived her right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Dodge County District Court for an Aug. 8 arraignment. A request to lower her bond from 10 percent of $75,000 was denied. She is charged with three counts of delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, Class II felonies.

* Ryan Reed, 26, of Fremont had his arraignment continued until Sept. 26. He is charged with driving under suspension, possession of marijuana-less than an ounce and possession of drug paraphernalia.

* Lloyd Reeves, 27, of Omaha was fined $75 for driving under suspension.

* Cynthia Seip, 51, of Fremont waived her right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Dodge County District Court for an Aug. 7 arraignment. She is charged with possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, a Class IV felony; resisting arrest, a Class I misdemeanor; and the infractions of possession of marijuana-less than an ounce and possession of drug paraphernalia.

* Kyle T. Shipman, 20, of Fremont pleaded guilty to DUI-first offense. In exchange for his plea, a charge of speeding was dismissed. When he was stopped May 28 by Fremont Police for speeding, his blood alcohol content was .159 percent. He was sentenced to six months of probation and fined $400. As part of his probation, he must attend a defensive driving class, a victim’s impact panel, outpatient treatment and a chemical education class. He also must perform 60 hours of community service and his driver’s license was revoked for 60 days. An ignition interlock device was approved.

* Judson Skoog-Smith, 24, of Fremont pleaded guilty to DUI-first offense. In exchange for his plea, the charge was amended from a second offense and a charge of violating a traffic signal, an infraction, was dismissed. When he was stopped June 12 by Fremont Police for not stopping on red, his blood alcohol content was .186 percent. A chemical evaluation was ordered and sentencing set for Aug. 29.

* Philip Smeal, 26, of Snyder had his pretrial conference continued until Sept. 5. He is charged with DUI-second offense; resisting arrest, obstructing a peace office and attempted terroristic threats, all Class I misdemeanors; and the infractions of possession of marijuana-less than an ounce and open container.

* Nicole M. Smith, 20, of Omaha was fined $500, the maximum amount for a Class III misdemeanor, for her fourth minor in possession offense. Vampola said he allowed only a fine and not the possible up to 90-day jail sentence because Smith had completed inpatient treatment and is enrolled in outpatient alcohol treatment.

* Joshua Stollberg, 18, of Scribner pleaded guilty to his second offense of minor in possession. He was fined $350.

* Kevin Thomas, 46, of Oakland had his pretrial conference continued until Sept. 5. He is charged with willful reckless driving, and the infractions of improper passing and driving left of center.

* Heather Thunn, 32, of Fremont pleaded guilty to two counts of no valid registration, two counts of no proof of insurance and one count of no seatbelts, an infraction. She was fined $225.

* Frank Vollmer, 22, of Fremont pleaded guilty to racing on a highway and reckless driving. He was fined $250.

* Mark Winter, 20, of Fremont pleaded guilty to minor in possession. He was fined $250.

* Felicia M. Wolske, 23, of Omaha had her probation for DUI-first offense revoked and was sentenced to six months in jail. Her driver’s license also was suspended for six months.

* Johnathan Wright, 18, of Scribner pleaded guilty to minor in possession. He was fined $250.

* Bench warrants for failure to appear were issued for: Sharon Crosby, 17, of Valley; Mary Webster, 43, of Macy; Jennifer Craig, 32, and Andrew Johnson, 19, both of Fremont; Steven Combs, 24, and Leo Fonfara, 37, both of Omaha; Octavian Frink, 38, of Scribner; Brett Egbers, 17, of Hooper; Brianna Johnson, 22, of Lincoln; and Danielle Root, 19, of Dwight.