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           When placed upon the final call, cases will not be continued except on motion and for urgent necessity shown. All cases placed on the call of the Court of Appeals are subject to review for possible submission without oral argument pursuant to Neb. Ct. R. App. P. § 2-111(b)(1).  Unless a case is removed from the call by order of the court on or before  May 4, 2015, the case will proceed to oral argument as set out below.

            Unless otherwise indicated, the time allotted for the presentation of arguments is limited to 10 minutes per side.  This is a maximum allowance and counsel are not required to use the full time allotted.

            During oral argument, when the timing light changes from green to amber, this means you are into your rebuttal time, which is 2 minutes, unless you have reserved a greater or lesser time.  However, whatever rebuttal time you have asked to be reserved, your only notification will be the amber light.  If you choose to continue arguing after the amber light, and the red light appears, you are completely out of time and have waived rebuttal.


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Irwin, Inbody, and Riedmann, Judges
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 | Papillion | subject to call at 9:00 AM
  • A-14-0943
In re Interest of Erica Y.
  • A-14-0760
Shemek v. Brown
  • A-14-0670
Kobza v. Bowers
  • A-14-0593
Schwaller v. Schwaller
Moore, Chief Judge, Pirtle, and Bishop, Judges
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 | North Platte | subject to call at 1:00 PM
  • A-14-0777
State v. Schaetzle
  • A-14-0500
DeLaet v. Blue Creek Irrigation District
  • A-14-0665
Sellers v. Sellers
  • A-14-0790
Hopkins v. Hopkins
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 | North Platte | subject to call at 9:00 AM
  • A-14-0592
Stamm v. Fisher
  • A-14-0559
Loomis v. Messersmith
  • A-14-0683
Helzer v. Mamot