A judge ordered an Omaha attorney to a halfway house and treatment after he was found near death in a parking lot at 30th and Lake streets.
The judge told those gathered he was not imposing a tough sentence on Otis Walker because of any notion that he got away with murder but because his actions were an affront to justice.
Former Dodge County Attorney Oliver Glass had his probation extended after driving under the influence in January.
James Fairbanks and his attorney contemplated a self-defense claim, which prosecutor Brenda Beadle called "comical." She said Fairbanks was planning to hunt sex offenders.
Oliver Glass' attorney said the only blood alcohol content test he received was a preliminary breath test. But preliminary breath tests are not considered reliable enough to be admissible at trial.
On March 11, Nathan Schany and a buddy were in his Fremont apartment, pounding back beers.