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Revised Statutes Chapter 28 - CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS

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View Statute 28-101 Code, how cited.
View Statute 28-102 Purposes; principles of construction.
View Statute 28-103 Restrictions on applicability.
View Statute 28-104 Offense; crime; synonymous.
View Statute 28-105 Felonies; classification of penalties; sentences; where served; eligibility for probation.
View Statute 28-105.01 Death penalty imposition; restriction on person under eighteen years; restriction on person with intellectual disability; sentencing procedure.
View Statute 28-105.02 Class IA felony; person under eighteen years; maximum sentence; court consider mitigating factors.
View Statute 28-106 Misdemeanors; classification of penalties; sentences; where served.
View Statute 28-107 Felony or misdemeanor, defined outside of code; how treated.
View Statute 28-108 Subsequent enactment of criminal laws.
View Statute 28-109 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-110 Statement of rights.
View Statute 28-111 Enhanced penalty; enumerated offenses.
View Statute 28-112 Allegations set forth in indictment or information; burden of proof.
View Statute 28-113 Civil action authorized; statute of limitations; proof required.
View Statute 28-114 Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice; duties.
View Statute 28-115 Criminal offense against a pregnant woman; enhanced penalty.
View Statute 28-116 Changes made by Laws 2015, LB605; applicability.
View Statute 28-117 Department of Health and Human Services; information on programs and services.
View Statute 28-201 Criminal attempt; conduct; penalties.
View Statute 28-202 Conspiracy, defined; penalty.
View Statute 28-203 Conspiracy; renunciation of criminal intent.
View Statute 28-204 Accessory to felony, defined; penalties.
View Statute 28-205 Aiding consummation of felony; penalty.
View Statute 28-206 Prosecuting for aiding and abetting.
View Statute 28-301 Compounding a felony, defined; penalty.
View Statute 28-302 Homicide; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-303 Murder in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-304 Murder in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-305 Manslaughter; penalty.
View Statute 28-306 Motor vehicle homicide; penalty.
View Statute 28-307 Assisting suicide, defined; penalty.
View Statute 28-308 Assault in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-309 Assault in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-310 Assault in the third degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-310.01 Assault by strangulation or suffocation; penalty; affirmative defense.
View Statute 28-311 Criminal child enticement; attempt; penalties.
View Statute 28-311.01 Terroristic threats; penalty.
View Statute 28-311.02 Stalking and harassment; legislative intent; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-311.03 Stalking.
View Statute 28-311.04 Stalking; violations; penalties.
View Statute 28-311.05 Stalking; not applicable to certain conduct.
View Statute 28-311.06 Hazing, defined; penalty.
View Statute 28-311.07 Hazing; consent not a defense.
View Statute 28-311.08 Unlawful intrusion; photograph, film, or record image or video of intimate area; distribute or make public; penalty; court; duties; registration under Sex Offender Registration Act; statute of limitations.
View Statute 28-311.09 Harassment protection order; violation; penalty; procedure; costs; enforcement.
View Statute 28-311.10 Foreign harassment protection order; enforcement.
View Statute 28-311.11 Sexual assault protection order; violation; penalty; procedure; renewal; enforcement.
View Statute 28-311.12 Foreign sexual assault protection order; enforcement.
View Statute 28-312 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-313 Kidnapping; penalties.
View Statute 28-314 False imprisonment in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-315 False imprisonment in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-316 Violation of custody; penalty.
View Statute 28-316.01 Sexual abuse by a school employee; penalty.
View Statute 28-317 Sexual assault; legislative intent.
View Statute 28-318 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-319 Sexual assault; first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-319.01 Sexual assault of a child; first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-320 Sexual assault; second or third degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-320.01 Sexual assault of a child; second or third degree; penalties.
View Statute 28-320.02 Sexual assault; use of electronic communication device; prohibited acts; penalties.
View Statute 28-321 Repealed. Laws 2009, LB 97, § 36.
View Statute 28-322 Sexual abuse of an inmate or parolee; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-322.01 Sexual abuse of an inmate or parolee.
View Statute 28-322.02 Sexual abuse of an inmate or parolee in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-322.03 Sexual abuse of an inmate or parolee in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-322.04 Sexual abuse of a protected individual; penalties.
View Statute 28-322.05 Sexual abuse of a detainee; penalty.
View Statute 28-323 Domestic assault; penalties.
View Statute 28-324 Robbery; penalty.
View Statute 28-325 Abortion; declaration of purpose.
View Statute 28-326 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-327 Abortion; voluntary and informed consent required; exception.
View Statute 28-327.01 Department of Health and Human Services; printed materials; duties; availability; Internet website information; reporting form; contents.
View Statute 28-327.02 Abortion; emergency situation; physician; duties.
View Statute 28-327.03 Civil liability; limitation.
View Statute 28-327.04 Civil cause of action; authorized; evidence of professional negligence; attorney's fee.
View Statute 28-327.05 Civil action; anonymity of woman; procedures.
View Statute 28-327.06 Waiver of evaluations and notices; void and unenforceable.
View Statute 28-327.07 Damages.
View Statute 28-327.08 Action for civil remedies.
View Statute 28-327.09 Minor; burden of proof.
View Statute 28-327.10 Time requirement.
View Statute 28-327.11 Civil action; rebuttable presumption; noneconomic damages; expert witness; physician deemed transacting business; affirmative defense; additional remedies.
View Statute 28-327.12 Statute of limitations; tolled; section, how construed; violations; how treated.
View Statute 28-328 Partial-birth abortion; prohibition; violation; penalties.
View Statute 28-329 Abortion; when not to be performed.
View Statute 28-330 Abortion procedure; protection of viable, unborn child.
View Statute 28-331 Care and treatment of child aborted.
View Statute 28-332 Violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-333 Repealed. Laws 1984, LB 695, § 9.
View Statute 28-334 Repealed. Laws 1984, LB 695, § 9.
View Statute 28-335 Abortion by other than licensed physician; penalty; physical presence; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-336 Abortion by other than accepted medical procedures; penalty.
View Statute 28-337 Hospital, clinic, institution; not required to admit patient for abortion.
View Statute 28-338 No person required to perform an abortion; no liability for refusal.
View Statute 28-339 Discrimination against person refusing to participate in an abortion; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-340 Discrimination against person refusing to participate in an abortion; damages.
View Statute 28-341 Discrimination against person refusing to participate in an abortion; injunctive relief.
View Statute 28-342 Aborted child; sell, transfer, distribute, give away; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-343 Department of Health and Human Services; abortion reporting form; items included; confidential.
View Statute 28-344 Reporting form; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-345 Department of Health and Human Services; permanent file; rules and regulations.
View Statute 28-346 Aborted infant; experimentation; prohibited; exception; penalty.
View Statute 28-347 Dismemberment abortion; unlawful; when; medical emergency; Board of Medicine and Surgery; hearing; findings admissible at trial; persons not liable.
View Statute 28-347.01 Dismemberment abortion; injunction; cause of action; who may maintain.
View Statute 28-347.02 Dismemberment abortion; damages; cause of action; who may maintain.
View Statute 28-347.03 Dismemberment abortion; cause of action; judgment; attorney's fees.
View Statute 28-347.04 Dismemberment abortion; penalty.
View Statute 28-347.05 Dismemberment abortion; action or proceeding; anonymity of woman; preserved; court order.
View Statute 28-347.06 Dismemberment abortion; sections, how construed.
View Statute 28-348 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-349 Legislative intent.
View Statute 28-350 Definitions, where found.
View Statute 28-351 Abuse, defined.
View Statute 28-352 Adult protective services, defined.
View Statute 28-353 Caregiver, defined.
View Statute 28-354 Cruel punishment, defined.
View Statute 28-355 Transferred to section 28-361.01.
View Statute 28-356 Department, defined.
View Statute 28-357 Essential services, defined.
View Statute 28-358 Exploitation, defined.
View Statute 28-358.01 Isolation, defined.
View Statute 28-359 Law enforcement agency, defined.
View Statute 28-360 Least restrictive alternative, defined.
View Statute 28-361 Living independently, defined.
View Statute 28-361.01 Neglect, defined.
View Statute 28-362 Permit, defined.
View Statute 28-363 Physical injury, defined.
View Statute 28-364 Proper supervision, defined.
View Statute 28-365 Registry, defined.
View Statute 28-366 Self-care, defined.
View Statute 28-366.01 Senior adult, defined.
View Statute 28-367 Sexual abuse, defined.
View Statute 28-367.01 Sexual exploitation, defined.
View Statute 28-368 Substantial functional impairment, defined.
View Statute 28-369 Substantial mental impairment, defined.
View Statute 28-370 Unreasonable confinement, defined.
View Statute 28-371 Vulnerable adult, defined.
View Statute 28-372 Report of abuse, neglect, or exploitation; required; contents; notification; toll-free number established.
View Statute 28-373 Report of abuse, neglect, or exploitation; law enforcement agency; duties.
View Statute 28-374 Alleged abuse, neglect, or exploitation; department; duties.
View Statute 28-374.01 Alleged abuse, neglect, or exploitation; completion of investigation; decision regarding entry into registry; notice; contents; right to amend or expunge information.
View Statute 28-375 Immunity from liability; when.
View Statute 28-376 Adult Protective Services Central Registry; established; access; name-change order; treatment.
View Statute 28-377 Records relating to abuse; access.
View Statute 28-378 Records relating to abuse; release of information; when.
View Statute 28-379 Report of abuse; summary by department; when provided.
View Statute 28-380 Amendment or expungement of records; inaccurate or inconsistent with act; procedure.
View Statute 28-381 Amendment or expungement of records; good cause; notice.
View Statute 28-382 Law concerning confidentiality; applicability.
View Statute 28-383 Treatment by spiritual means alone; not considered abuse.
View Statute 28-384 Failure to make report; penalty.
View Statute 28-385 Release of confidential information; penalty.
View Statute 28-386 Knowing and intentional abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a vulnerable adult or senior adult; penalty.
View Statute 28-387 Short-term protective services; temporary placement; authorized; when; procedure.
View Statute 28-388 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-389 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-390 Applicability of sections.
View Statute 28-391 Murder of an unborn child in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-392 Murder of an unborn child in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-393 Manslaughter of an unborn child; penalty.
View Statute 28-394 Motor vehicle homicide of an unborn child; penalty.
View Statute 28-395 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-396 Unborn child, defined.
View Statute 28-397 Assault of an unborn child in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-398 Assault of an unborn child in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-399 Assault of an unborn child in the third degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-3,100 Applicability of act.
View Statute 28-3,101 Prosecution of separate acts.
View Statute 28-3,102 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-3,103 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-3,104 Legislative findings.
View Statute 28-3,105 Determination of probable postfertilization age of unborn child; physician; duties.
View Statute 28-3,106 Abortion; performance; restrictions.
View Statute 28-3,107 Report to Department of Health and Human Services; contents; department; issue public report; failure to file report; late fee; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-3,108 Prohibited abortion; penalty.
View Statute 28-3,109 Action for damages; action for injunctive relief; attorney's fees.
View Statute 28-3,110 Anonymity; court orders authorized.
View Statute 28-3,111 Severability.
View Statute 28-401 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-401.01 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-401.02 Act; how construed.
View Statute 28-402 Repealed. Laws 2001, LB 398, § 97.
View Statute 28-403 Administering secret medicine; penalty.
View Statute 28-404 Controlled substances; declaration.
View Statute 28-405 Controlled substances; schedules; enumerated.
View Statute 28-406 Registration; fees.
View Statute 28-407 Registration required; exceptions.
View Statute 28-408 Registration to manufacture or distribute controlled substances; factors considered.
View Statute 28-409 Registrant; disciplinary action; grounds; procedure.
View Statute 28-410 Records of registrants; inventory; violation; penalty; storage.
View Statute 28-411 Controlled substances; records; by whom kept; contents; compound controlled substances; duties.
View Statute 28-412 Narcotic drugs; administration to narcotic-dependent person; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-413 Distribution to another registrant; manner.
View Statute 28-414 Controlled substance; Schedule II; prescription; requirements; contents.
View Statute 28-414.01 Controlled substance; Schedule III, IV, or V; medical order, required; prescription; requirements; contents; pharmacist; authority to adapt prescription; duties.
View Statute 28-414.02 Prescription created, signed, transmitted, and received electronically; records.
View Statute 28-414.03 Controlled substances; maintenance of records; label.
View Statute 28-414.04 Controlled substance; transfer.
View Statute 28-414.05 Controlled substance; destruction; records.
View Statute 28-414.06 Controlled substance; practitioner; provide information; limit on liability or penalty.
View Statute 28-414.07 Controlled substances; chemical analysis; admissible as evidence in preliminary hearing.
View Statute 28-415 Narcotic drugs; label; requirements.
View Statute 28-416 Prohibited acts; violations; penalties.
View Statute 28-417 Unlawful acts; violations; penalty.
View Statute 28-418 Intentional violations; penalty.
View Statute 28-419 Inhaling or drinking certain intoxicating substances; unlawful.
View Statute 28-420 Selling or offering for sale certain compounds; use; knowledge of seller; unlawful.
View Statute 28-421 Act, exceptions.
View Statute 28-422 Selling or offering for sale certain compounds; register; maintain for one year.
View Statute 28-423 Inducing or enticing; violation.
View Statute 28-424 Violations; penalty.
View Statute 28-425 Transferred to section 71-2510.01.
View Statute 28-426 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-427 Additional penalties.
View Statute 28-428 Controlled premises, defined; inspection; procedure.
View Statute 28-429 Division of Drug Control; established; personnel; powers and duties; Nebraska State Patrol Drug Control and Education Cash Fund; created; use; investment; report; contents.
View Statute 28-430 Department; enforce act; powers.
View Statute 28-431 Seized without warrant; subject to forfeitures; disposition; manner; when; accepted as evidence; court costs and expenses; report to Auditor of Public Accounts; contents.
View Statute 28-432 Complaint, pleading, or proceeding; burden of proof.
View Statute 28-433 Appeal; procedure.
View Statute 28-434 Education and research.
View Statute 28-435 Licensee; reporting and investigation duties.
View Statute 28-435.01 Health care facility; peer review organization or professional association; report required; contents; confidentiality; immunity; failure to report; civil penalty; disposition.
View Statute 28-435.02 Insurer; duty to report violations.
View Statute 28-435.03 Clerk of county or district court; report convictions and judgments; Attorney General or city or county prosecutor; provide information.
View Statute 28-436 Repealed. Laws 1993, LB 627, § 26.
View Statute 28-437 Uniformity of interpretation.
View Statute 28-438 Transferred to section 28-401.01.
View Statute 28-439 Drug paraphernalia, defined; enumerated.
View Statute 28-440 Drug paraphernalia; determination; factors considered.
View Statute 28-441 Drug paraphernalia; use or possession; unlawful; penalty.
View Statute 28-442 Drug paraphernalia; deliver or manufacture; unlawful; exception; penalty.
View Statute 28-443 Delivery of drug paraphernalia to a minor; penalty.
View Statute 28-444 Advertisement of drug paraphernalia; unlawful; penalty.
View Statute 28-445 Imitation controlled substance; prohibited acts; determination; penalties; seizure.
View Statute 28-446 Repealed. Laws 1992, LB 1019, § 130.
View Statute 28-447 Repealed. Laws 1992, LB 1019, § 130.
View Statute 28-448 Repealed. Laws 2009, LB 151, § 5.
View Statute 28-449 Crystalline iodine; sale; requirements.
View Statute 28-450 Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine; immediate precursor; prohibited acts; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-451 Anhydrous ammonia; possession; penalty.
View Statute 28-452 Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine; possession; penalty.
View Statute 28-453 Methamphetamine; retailer education program.
View Statute 28-454 Repealed. Laws 2009, LB 151, § 5.
View Statute 28-455 Methamphetamine Awareness and Education Fund; created; use; investment.
View Statute 28-456 Phenylpropanolamine or pseudoephedrine; sold without a prescription; requirements; enforcement.
View Statute 28-456.01 Pseudoephedrine or phenylpropanolamine; limitation on acquisition; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-457 Methamphetamine; prohibited acts; violation; penalties.
View Statute 28-458 Methamphetamine precursor; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-459 Methamphetamine precursor; seller; duties; waiver authorized.
View Statute 28-460 Methamphetamine precursor; access to exchange to law enforcement.
View Statute 28-461 Methamphetamine precursor; seller; immunity.
View Statute 28-462 Methamphetamine precursor; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-463 Cannabidiol; terms, defined; legislative findings.
View Statute 28-464 Medical Cannabidiol Pilot Study; University of Nebraska and Nebraska Medicine; authority to produce or possess cannabidiol; patient; eligibility.
View Statute 28-465 Medical Cannabidiol Pilot Study; created; physician or pharmacist; duties; risks and benefits form; use; participant; document; contents.
View Statute 28-466 University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine; duties; powers.
View Statute 28-467 Prosecution for unlawful possession of marijuana; defense; restrictions on certain actions.
View Statute 28-468 Report; contents.
View Statute 28-469 Termination.
View Statute 28-470 Naloxone; authorized activities; immunity from administrative action, criminal prosecution, or civil liability.
View Statute 28-471 Lookalike substance; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-472 Drug overdose; exception from criminal liability; conditions.
View Statute 28-473 Transferred to section 38-1,144.
View Statute 28-474 Transferred to section 38-1,145.
View Statute 28-475 Opiates; receipt; identification required.
View Statute 28-476 Hemp; carry or transport; requirements; peace officer; powers; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-501 Building, defined.
View Statute 28-502 Arson, first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-503 Arson, second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-504 Arson, third degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-505 Burning to defraud insurer; penalty.
View Statute 28-506 Lawful burning of property; training and safety promotion purposes; permit.
View Statute 28-507 Burglary; penalty.
View Statute 28-508 Possession of burglar's tools; penalty.
View Statute 28-509 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-510 Consolidation of theft offenses.
View Statute 28-511 Theft by unlawful taking or disposition.
View Statute 28-511.01 Theft by shoplifting; penalty; photographic evidence.
View Statute 28-511.02 Theft of rented or leased motor vehicle; where tried.
View Statute 28-511.03 Possession of security device countermeasure; penalty.
View Statute 28-512 Theft by deception.
View Statute 28-513 Theft by extortion.
View Statute 28-514 Theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake; penalty.
View Statute 28-515 Theft of services.
View Statute 28-515.01 Theft of telecommunications service; penalty.
View Statute 28-515.02 Electric current, gas, and water; avoiding meter measurement; reconnection; penalty.
View Statute 28-516 Unauthorized use of a propelled vehicle; affirmative defense; penalties.
View Statute 28-517 Theft by receiving stolen property.
View Statute 28-518 Grading of theft offenses; aggregation allowed; when.
View Statute 28-519 Criminal mischief; penalty.
View Statute 28-520 Criminal trespass, first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-521 Criminal trespass, second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-522 Criminal trespass; affirmative defenses.
View Statute 28-523 Littering of public and private property; penalty.
View Statute 28-524 Graffiti; penalty.
View Statute 28-601 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-602 Forgery, first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-603 Forgery, second degree; penalty; aggregation allowed; when.
View Statute 28-604 Criminal possession of a forged instrument; penalty; aggregation allowed; when.
View Statute 28-605 Criminal possession of written instrument forgery devices; penalty.
View Statute 28-606 Criminal simulation; penalty.
View Statute 28-607 Making, using, or uttering slugs; terms, defined; penalty.
View Statute 28-608 Transferred to section 28-638.
View Statute 28-609 Impersonating a public servant; penalty.
View Statute 28-610 Impersonating a peace officer; penalty.
View Statute 28-611 Issuing or passing a bad check or similar order; penalty; collection procedures.
View Statute 28-611.01 Issuing a no-account check; penalty; aggregation allowed; when.
View Statute 28-612 False statement or book entry; destruction or secretion of records; penalty.
View Statute 28-613 Commercial bribery and breach of duty to act disinterestedly; penalty.
View Statute 28-614 Tampering with publicly exhibited contest; penalty; contest, participant, official, defined.
View Statute 28-615 Identification number, obscure, and article, defined.
View Statute 28-616 Altering identification number; penalty.
View Statute 28-617 Receiving an altered article; penalty.
View Statute 28-618 Financial transactions; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-619 Issuing a false financial statement for purposes of obtaining a financial transaction device; penalties.
View Statute 28-620 Unauthorized use of a financial transaction device; penalties; prosecution of offense.
View Statute 28-621 Criminal possession of a financial transaction device; penalties.
View Statute 28-622 Unlawful circulation of a financial transaction device in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-623 Unlawful circulation of a financial transaction device in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-624 Criminal possession of a blank financial transaction device; penalties.
View Statute 28-625 Criminal sale of a blank financial transaction device; penalties; blank financial transaction device, defined.
View Statute 28-626 Criminal possession of a financial transaction forgery device; penalty.
View Statute 28-627 Unlawful manufacture of a financial transaction device; penalty.
View Statute 28-628 Laundering of sales forms; penalty.
View Statute 28-629 Unlawful acquisition of sales form processing services; penalty.
View Statute 28-630 Unlawful factoring of a financial transaction device; penalty.
View Statute 28-631 Fraudulent insurance act; penalties.
View Statute 28-632 Payment cards; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-633 Payment cards; prohibited acts; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-634 Payment cards; prohibited acts relating to scanning device or encoding machine; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-635 Repealed. Laws 2019, LB7, § 7.
View Statute 28-636 Criminal impersonation; identity theft; identity fraud; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-637 Criminal impersonation; identity theft; identity fraud; venue; victim; contact local law enforcement agency.
View Statute 28-638 Criminal impersonation; penalty; restitution.
View Statute 28-639 Identity theft; penalty; restitution.
View Statute 28-640 Identity fraud; penalty; restitution.
View Statute 28-641 Counterfeit airbags; act, how cited.
View Statute 28-642 Counterfeit airbags; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-643 Counterfeit airbags; prohibited acts.
View Statute 28-644 Counterfeit airbags; violations; penalties.
View Statute 28-645 Criminal impersonation by stolen valor; penalty; restitution.
View Statute 28-701 Bigamy; penalty; exception.
View Statute 28-702 Incestuous marriages; declared void.
View Statute 28-703 Incest; penalty.
View Statute 28-704 Repealed. Laws 1995, LB 22, § 1.
View Statute 28-705 Abandonment of spouse, child, or dependent stepchild; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-706 Criminal nonsupport; penalty; exceptions.
View Statute 28-707 Child abuse; privileges not available; penalties.
View Statute 28-708 Repealed. Laws 1988, LB 463, § 50.
View Statute 28-709 Contributing to the delinquency of a child; penalty; definitions.
View Statute 28-710 Act, how cited; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-710.01 Legislative declarations.
View Statute 28-711 Child subjected to abuse or neglect; report; contents; toll-free number.
View Statute 28-712 Reports of child abuse or neglect; department; determination; alternative response; department; use; advisory committee; recommendations; rules and regulations.
View Statute 28-712.01 Reports of child abuse or neglect; alternative response assigned; criteria; Review, Evaluate, and Decide Team; duties; department; duties; Inspector General's review.
View Statute 28-713 Reports of child abuse or neglect; law enforcement agency; department; duties; rules and regulations.
View Statute 28-713.01 Cases of child abuse or neglect; completion of investigation; notice; when; right to amend or expunge information.
View Statute 28-713.02 Non-court-involved cases; right of parent; caregiver authority; department; powers and duties.
View Statute 28-713.03 Rules and regulations.
View Statute 28-714 Privileged communications; not grounds for excluding evidence.
View Statute 28-715 Tracking system; department; duties; use authorized.
View Statute 28-716 Person participating in an investigation or the making of a report or providing information or assistance; immune from liability; civil or criminal.
View Statute 28-717 Violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-718 Child protection cases; central registry; name-change order; treatment; fee; waiver.
View Statute 28-719 Child abuse and neglect records; access; when.
View Statute 28-720 Cases; central registry; classification; expungement; department; report.
View Statute 28-720.01 Unfounded reports; how treated.
View Statute 28-721 Central registry; record; amend, expunge, or remove; mandatory expungement hearing; waiver; department; duties.
View Statute 28-722 Central registry; subject of report; access to information.
View Statute 28-723 Subject of report; request to amend, expunge, or remove information; denied; hearing; decision; appeal.
View Statute 28-724 Record; amendment, expunction, or removal; notice.
View Statute 28-725 Information, report; confidential; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-726 Information; access.
View Statute 28-727 Report; person making; receive summary of findings and actions; when.
View Statute 28-728 Legislative findings and intent; child abuse and neglect investigation team; child advocacy center; child abuse and neglect treatment team; powers and duties.
View Statute 28-729 Teams; members; training; child advocacy center; duties; meetings.
View Statute 28-730 Records and information; access; disclosure; limitation; review of cases; immunity; violation; penalty; video recording of forensic interviews; maintain; release or use; prohibited; exceptions.
View Statute 28-731 Teams; exempt from Open Meetings Act.
View Statute 28-732 Repealed. Laws 2012, LB 993, § 4.
View Statute 28-733 Repealed. Laws 2012, LB 993, § 4.
View Statute 28-734 Repealed. Laws 2008, LB 782, § 5.
View Statute 28-735 Repealed. Laws 2008, LB 782, § 5.
View Statute 28-736 Repealed. Laws 2008, LB 782, § 5.
View Statute 28-737 Repealed. Laws 2008, LB 782, § 5.
View Statute 28-738 Repealed. Laws 2008, LB 782, § 5.
View Statute 28-739 Repealed. Laws 2008, LB 782, § 5.
View Statute 28-801 Prostitution; penalty; affirmative defense; immunity from prosecution; law enforcement officer; duties.
View Statute 28-801.01 Solicitation of prostitution; penalty; affirmative defense.
View Statute 28-802 Pandering; penalty.
View Statute 28-803 Pandering; evidence.
View Statute 28-804 Keeping a place of prostitution; penalty.
View Statute 28-804.01 Prostitution cases; incriminating testimony; how treated.
View Statute 28-805 Debauching a minor; penalty.
View Statute 28-806 Public indecency; penalty.
View Statute 28-807 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-808 Obscene literature and material; sale to minor, unlawful; penalty.
View Statute 28-809 Obscene motion picture, show, or presentation; admit minor; unlawful; penalty.
View Statute 28-810 Prosecution; defense.
View Statute 28-811 False representation; unlawful employment of minor; exceptions; penalty.
View Statute 28-812 Repealed. Laws 1988, LB 117, § 8.
View Statute 28-813 Obscene literature or material; prepares; distributes; promotes; penalty.
View Statute 28-813.01 Sexually explicit conduct; visual depiction; unlawful; penalty; affirmative defense; forfeiture of property.
View Statute 28-813.02 Commercial film and photographic print processor; immune from liability; when.
View Statute 28-814 Criminal prosecutions; trial by jury; waiver; instructions to jury; expert witness.
View Statute 28-815 Prosecution; defense.
View Statute 28-816 Violations; declaratory judgment.
View Statute 28-817 Prosecution; temporary restraining order or injunction; when.
View Statute 28-818 Order or judgment of injunction; contents.
View Statute 28-819 Action; service of summons; effect.
View Statute 28-820 Declaratory judgment; use of.
View Statute 28-821 Conviction more than twice; continue business dealing in obscene work or conduct; effect.
View Statute 28-822 Nuisance; action to abate; punished as for contempt; when.
View Statute 28-823 Temporary injunction; where brought; hearing; restraining order; issuance; inventory; rights of owner of property.
View Statute 28-824 Trial; precedence; evidence; admissible; existence of nuisance; enjoin defendant.
View Statute 28-825 Nuisance; existence; order of abatement; closing order.
View Statute 28-826 Tenant or occupant of building; use to commit violations; conviction; right of possession in owner.
View Statute 28-827 Material or work; adjudicated obscene; contraband; proceeds of sale to county; other copies; disposal.
View Statute 28-828 Proceeding, civil or criminal; application to court for copy of material; order; contempt of court, when.
View Statute 28-829 Sections; uniform application; laws and regulations of political subdivisions; void.
View Statute 28-830 Human trafficking; forced labor or services; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-831 Human trafficking; labor trafficking or sex trafficking; labor trafficking of a minor or sex trafficking of a minor; prohibited acts; penalties.
View Statute 28-832 Repealed. Laws 2013, LB 1, § 3.
View Statute 28-833 Enticement by electronic communication device; penalty.
View Statute 28-901 Obstructing government operations; penalty.
View Statute 28-902 Physical injury related to criminal offense; report by health care provider; sexual assault; duties of health care provider; law enforcement agency; duties; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-903 Refusing to aid a peace officer; penalty.
View Statute 28-904 Resisting arrest; penalty; affirmative defense.
View Statute 28-905 Operating a motor vehicle or a vessel to avoid arrest; penalty; revocation or impoundment of operator's license.
View Statute 28-906 Obstructing a peace officer; penalty.
View Statute 28-907 False reporting; penalty.
View Statute 28-908 Interfering with a fireman on official duty; penalty; fireman, defined.
View Statute 28-909 Falsifying records of a public utility; penalty.
View Statute 28-910 Filing false reports with regulatory bodies; penalty.
View Statute 28-911 Abuse of public records; penalty; public record, defined.
View Statute 28-912 Escape; official detention, defined; knowingly permitting an escape; penalty; defense to prosecution.
View Statute 28-912.01 Juvenile; escapes; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-913 Implements for escape; other contraband; penalty.
View Statute 28-914 Loitering about a penal institution; penalty.
View Statute 28-915 Perjury; subornation of perjury; penalty.
View Statute 28-915.01 False statement under oath or affirmation; penalty; applicability of section.
View Statute 28-916 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-916.01 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-917 Bribery; penalty.
View Statute 28-918 Bribery of a witness; penalty; witness receiving bribe; penalty.
View Statute 28-919 Tampering with witness or informant; jury tampering; penalty.
View Statute 28-920 Bribery of a juror; penalty; juror receiving bribe; penalty.
View Statute 28-921 Repealed. Laws 1994, LB 906, § 2.
View Statute 28-922 Tampering with physical evidence; penalty; physical evidence, defined.
View Statute 28-923 Simulating legal process; penalty.
View Statute 28-924 Official misconduct; penalty.
View Statute 28-925 Misuse of official information; penalty.
View Statute 28-926 Oppression under color of office; penalty.
View Statute 28-927 Neglecting to serve a warrant; penalty; forfeiture of office.
View Statute 28-928 Mutilating a flag; penalty; flag, defined.
View Statute 28-929 Assault on an officer, an emergency responder, certain employees, or a health care professional in the first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-929.01 Assault on an emergency care provider or a health care professional; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-929.02 Assault on a health care professional; hospital and health clinic; sign required.
View Statute 28-930 Assault on an officer, an emergency responder, certain employees, or a health care professional in the second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-931 Assault on an officer, an emergency responder, certain employees, or a health care professional in the third degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-931.01 Assault on an officer, an emergency responder, certain employees, or a health care professional using a motor vehicle; penalty.
View Statute 28-932 Confined person; person in legal custody of Department of Correctional Services; dangerous sex offender; assault; penalty; sentence.
View Statute 28-933 Confined person; person in legal custody of Department of Correctional Services; dangerous sex offender; offenses against another person; penalty; sentence.
View Statute 28-934 Assault with a bodily fluid against a public safety officer; penalty; order to collect evidence.
View Statute 28-935 Fraudulently filing a financing statement, lien, or document; penalty.
View Statute 28-936 Electronic communication device; possession within facility; provided to inmate; penalty; seizure; disposition.
View Statute 28-1001 Repealed. Laws 1990, LB 50, § 13.
View Statute 28-1002 Repealed. Laws 1990, LB 50, § 13.
View Statute 28-1003 Transferred to section 28-1010.
View Statute 28-1004 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1005 Dogfighting, cockfighting, bearbaiting, or pitting an animal against another; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-1005.01 Ownership or possession of animal fighting paraphernalia; penalty.
View Statute 28-1006 Investigation; arrest; seizure of property; reimbursement of expenses.
View Statute 28-1007 Sections, how construed.
View Statute 28-1008 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1009 Abandonment; cruel neglect; harassment of a police animal; penalty.
View Statute 28-1009.01 Violence on a service animal; interference with a service animal; penalty.
View Statute 28-1009.02 Repealed. Laws 2010, LB 865, § 17.
View Statute 28-1009.03 Repealed. Laws 2010, LB 865, § 17.
View Statute 28-1010 Indecency with an animal; penalty.
View Statute 28-1011 Violations; liability for expenses.
View Statute 28-1012 Law enforcement officer; powers and duties; immunity; seizure; court powers.
View Statute 28-1012.01 Animal seized; court powers; county attorney; duties; hearing; notice; animal abandoned or cruelly neglected or mistreated; bond or other security; appeal; section, how construed.
View Statute 28-1013 Sections; exemptions.
View Statute 28-1013.01 Repealed. Laws 2010, LB 865, § 17.
View Statute 28-1013.02 Repealed. Laws 2010, LB 865, § 17.
View Statute 28-1014 Local regulation; authorized.
View Statute 28-1015 Ownership by child; applicability of penalties.
View Statute 28-1016 Game and Parks Commission; Game Law; sections, how construed.
View Statute 28-1017 Animal abandonment, cruel neglect, or cruel mistreatment; report required by certain employees; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1018 Sale of puppy or kitten; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-1019 Conviction; order prohibiting ownership, possession, or residing with animal; duration; violation; penalty; seizure of animal.
View Statute 28-1020 Animal abandonment, cruel neglect, or cruel mistreatment; report required by animal health care professional; immunity from liability.
View Statute 28-1101 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1102 Promoting gambling, first degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-1103 Promoting gambling, second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-1104 Promoting gambling, third degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-1105 Possession of gambling records; penalty.
View Statute 28-1105.01 Gambling debt collection; penalty.
View Statute 28-1106 Repealed. Laws 1979, LB 152, § 12.
View Statute 28-1107 Possession of a gambling device; penalty; affirmative defense.
View Statute 28-1108 Prosecution; affirmative defense.
View Statute 28-1109 Proof of possession of gambling device; prima facie evidence.
View Statute 28-1110 Gambling; prosecution; not in violation of jurisdiction where conducted; no defense.
View Statute 28-1111 Gambling device or record; money used as a bet or stake; other property; forfeited to state; hearing.
View Statute 28-1112 Defendant, status as a player; affirmative defense, when.
View Statute 28-1113 Article, how construed.
View Statute 28-1114 Transferred to section 9-701.
View Statute 28-1115 Transferred to section 9-510.
View Statute 28-1116 Transferred to section 9-608.
View Statute 28-1116.01 Transferred to section 9-609.
View Statute 28-1116.02 Repealed. Laws 1986, LB 1027, § 225.
View Statute 28-1117 Proof of occurrence of sporting event; prima facie evidence.
View Statute 28-1201 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1202 Carrying concealed weapon; penalty; affirmative defense; applicability of provisions.
View Statute 28-1203 Transportation or possession of machine guns, short rifles, or short shotguns; penalty; exception.
View Statute 28-1204 Unlawful possession of a handgun; exceptions; penalty.
View Statute 28-1204.01 Unlawful transfer of a firearm to a juvenile; exceptions; penalty; county attorney; duty.
View Statute 28-1204.02 Confiscation of firearm; disposition.
View Statute 28-1204.03 Firearms and violence; legislative findings.
View Statute 28-1204.04 Unlawful possession of a firearm at a school; penalty; exceptions; confiscation of certain firearms; disposition.
View Statute 28-1204.05 Unlawful possession of a firearm by a prohibited juvenile offender; penalty; exceptions; reinstatement of right to possess firearm; procedure; court; considerations; order; how construed.
View Statute 28-1205 Use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony; possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony; penalty; separate and distinct offense; proof of possession.
View Statute 28-1206 Possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person; penalty.
View Statute 28-1207 Possession of a defaced firearm; penalty.
View Statute 28-1208 Defacing a firearm; penalty.
View Statute 28-1209 Failure to register tranquilizer guns; penalty.
View Statute 28-1210 Failure to notify the sheriff of the sale of tranquilizer guns; penalty; record.
View Statute 28-1211 Repealed. Laws 2014, LB 699, § 8.
View Statute 28-1212 Presence of firearm in motor vehicle; prima facie evidence.
View Statute 28-1212.01 Unlawful discharge of firearm; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1212.02 Unlawful discharge of firearm; penalty.
View Statute 28-1212.03 Stolen firearm; prohibited acts; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1212.04 Discharge of firearm in certain cities and counties; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-1213 Explosives, destructive devices, other terms; defined.
View Statute 28-1214 Explosives control; applicability of sections.
View Statute 28-1215 Unlawful possession of explosive materials, first degree; exception; penalty.
View Statute 28-1216 Unlawful possession of explosive materials, second degree; penalty.
View Statute 28-1217 Unlawful sale of explosives; penalty.
View Statute 28-1218 Use of explosives without a permit; penalty.
View Statute 28-1219 Obtaining a permit through false representation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1220 Possession of a destructive device; penalty; permit or license for explosive materials; no defense.
View Statute 28-1221 Threatening the use of explosives; placing a false bomb; penalty.
View Statute 28-1222 Using explosives to commit a felony; penalty.
View Statute 28-1223 Using explosives to damage or destroy property; penalty.
View Statute 28-1224 Using explosives to kill or injure any person; penalty.
View Statute 28-1225 Storing explosives in violation of safety regulations; penalty.
View Statute 28-1226 Failure to report theft of explosives; penalty.
View Statute 28-1227 Other violations; penalty.
View Statute 28-1228 Presence of explosive material or destructive device in vehicle; prima facie evidence; exception.
View Statute 28-1229 Explosives control; Nebraska State Patrol; permits; issuance; conditions.
View Statute 28-1230 Explosives control; permit; denial; notice; appeal.
View Statute 28-1231 Explosives control; permit; revocation; grounds.
View Statute 28-1232 Explosive materials; permit; application; form; fees.
View Statute 28-1233 Explosive materials; permitholder; records; notice; requirements; penalty.
View Statute 28-1234 Permitholders; inspection of records and permits.
View Statute 28-1235 Transportation of explosive materials; permit required.
View Statute 28-1235.01 Resident; bring explosive material into state; when allowed.
View Statute 28-1236 Nebraska State Patrol; rules and regulations.
View Statute 28-1237 Special law or local ordinance; minimum required standard.
View Statute 28-1238 Violations; seizure and disposition of explosives.
View Statute 28-1239 Explosives control; exceptions to sections; enumerated.
View Statute 28-1239.01 Fireworks display; permit required; fee; sale of display fireworks; regulation.
View Statute 28-1240 Unlawful transportation of anhydrous ammonia; penalty; unlawful use of certain containers; penalty.
View Statute 28-1241 Fireworks; definitions.
View Statute 28-1242 Unlawful throwing of fireworks; penalty.
View Statute 28-1243 Fireworks item deemed unsafe; quarantined; testing; test results; effect.
View Statute 28-1244 Fireworks; unlawful acts.
View Statute 28-1245 Fireworks; when prohibitions not applicable.
View Statute 28-1246 Fireworks; sale; license required; fees.
View Statute 28-1247 Repealed. Laws 2010, LB 880, § 13.
View Statute 28-1248 Fireworks; importation into state; duties of licensees; retention of packing list for inspection.
View Statute 28-1249 Sale of consumer fireworks; limitations.
View Statute 28-1250 Fireworks; prohibited acts; violations; penalties; license suspension, cancellation, or revocation; appeal.
View Statute 28-1251 Unlawful testing or inspection of fire alarms; penalty; certification of applicants; examination; fee.
View Statute 28-1252 Fireworks; State Fire Marshal; rules and regulations; enforcement of sections.
View Statute 28-1253 Liquefied petroleum gas; prohibited acts; violation; penalty; enforcement.
View Statute 28-1254 Motor vehicle operation with person under age of sixteen years; prohibited acts; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1255 Flying lantern-type devices; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-1301 Human skeletal remains or burial goods; prohibited acts; penalty.
View Statute 28-1302 Concealing the death of another person; penalty.
View Statute 28-1303 Stagnant water; raising or producing, unlawful; penalty; abatement.
View Statute 28-1304 Putting carcass or filthy substance into well, spring, brook, or stream; penalty.
View Statute 28-1304.01 Dead animals; liquefied remains; prohibited acts; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1305 Exposing offensive matter; penalty.
View Statute 28-1306 Unclean stock cars, railroads bringing into state; penalty.
View Statute 28-1307 Diseased meat; sale; penalty.
View Statute 28-1308 Watering stock at private tank; unlawful; penalty; exceptions.
View Statute 28-1309 Refusing to yield a party line; penalty.
View Statute 28-1310 Intimidation by telephone call or electronic communication; penalty.
View Statute 28-1311 Interfering with a public service company; penalty.
View Statute 28-1312 Interfering with the police radio system; police radio set, defined; penalty; exceptions; equipment used in violation of sections; disposition.
View Statute 28-1313 Unlawful use of a white cane or guide dog; penalty.
View Statute 28-1314 Failing to observe a blind person; penalty.
View Statute 28-1315 Locks and keys; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1316 Unlawful use of locks and keys; penalty; exceptions.
View Statute 28-1317 Unlawful picketing; penalty.
View Statute 28-1318 Mass picketing, defined; penalty; display of sign required.
View Statute 28-1319 Interfering with picketing; penalty.
View Statute 28-1320 Intimidating pickets; penalty.
View Statute 28-1320.01 Unlawful picketing of a funeral; legislative findings.
View Statute 28-1320.02 Unlawful picketing of a funeral; terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1320.03 Unlawful picketing of a funeral; penalty.
View Statute 28-1321 Maintaining a nuisance; penalty; abatement or removal.
View Statute 28-1322 Disturbing the peace; penalty.
View Statute 28-1323 Transfer or cause to be transferred any sounds recorded on a phonograph record, disc, wire, tape, or film; unlawful; exemption.
View Statute 28-1324 Sell, distribute, circulate, offer for sale, or possess phonograph record, disc, wire, tape, film, or sounds transferred; unlawful; exception.
View Statute 28-1325 Transfer of sounds; sections; when not applicable.
View Statute 28-1326 Transfer of sounds; violations; penalty.
View Statute 28-1327 Repealed. Laws 1979, LB 344, § 16.
View Statute 28-1328 Repealed. Laws 1979, LB 344, § 16.
View Statute 28-1329 Receptacle, other term, defined.
View Statute 28-1330 Nonintoxicating beverages, milk, and milk products; brand or mark on container; filing with Secretary of State; publication; certificate; fee.
View Statute 28-1331 Unauthorized use of receptacle; penalty; separate offense.
View Statute 28-1332 Unauthorized possession of receptacle; penalty.
View Statute 28-1333 Receptacles; unauthorized use or possession; search warrant; prosecution of possessor.
View Statute 28-1334 Sale, construed.
View Statute 28-1335 Discharging any firearm or weapon from any public highway, road, or bridge; penalty; exception.
View Statute 28-1336 Repealed. Laws 1983, LB 1, § 1.
View Statute 28-1337 Repealed. Laws 1983, LB 1, § 1.
View Statute 28-1338 Repealed. Laws 1983, LB 1, § 1.
View Statute 28-1339 Repealed. Laws 1983, LB 1, § 1.
View Statute 28-1340 Repealed. Laws 1983, LB 1, § 1.
View Statute 28-1341 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-1342 Legislative findings and declarations.
View Statute 28-1343 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1343.01 Unauthorized computer access; penalty.
View Statute 28-1344 Unlawful acts; depriving or obtaining property or services; penalties.
View Statute 28-1345 Unlawful acts; harming or disrupting operations; penalties.
View Statute 28-1346 Unlawful acts; obtaining confidential public information; penalties.
View Statute 28-1347 Unlawful acts; access without authorization; exceeding authorization; penalties.
View Statute 28-1348 Act, how construed.
View Statute 28-1349 Legislative findings.
View Statute 28-1350 Liquid mercury thermometer; prohibited acts.
View Statute 28-1351 Unlawful membership recruitment into an organization or association; penalty.
View Statute 28-1352 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-1353 Act; how construed.
View Statute 28-1354 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1355 Pattern of racketeering activity or collection of an unlawful debt; prohibited acts.
View Statute 28-1356 Violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1357 Sale of novelty lighter without child safety feature; penalty.
View Statute 28-1401 Navigable streams; cutoff, chute, backwater, or bayou connected with; access by boat.
View Statute 28-1402 Repealed. Laws 2021, LB169, § 1.
View Statute 28-1403 Repealed. Laws 2021, LB169, § 1.
View Statute 28-1404 Repealed. Laws 2021, LB169, § 1.
View Statute 28-1405 Repealed. Laws 2021, LB169, § 1.
View Statute 28-1406 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1407 Justification; choice of evils.
View Statute 28-1408 Public duty; execution.
View Statute 28-1409 Use of force in self-protection.
View Statute 28-1410 Use of force for protection of other persons.
View Statute 28-1411 Use of force for protection of property.
View Statute 28-1412 Use of force in law enforcement.
View Statute 28-1413 Use of force by person with special responsibility for care, discipline, or safety of others.
View Statute 28-1414 Mistake of law; reckless or negligent use of force.
View Statute 28-1415 Justification in property crimes.
View Statute 28-1416 Justification an affirmative defense; available in certain civil actions.
View Statute 28-1417 Transferred to section 13-1801.
View Statute 28-1418 Tobacco; electronic nicotine delivery systems; alternative nicotine products; use by person under age of twenty-one years; penalty.
View Statute 28-1418.01 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1419 Tobacco; electronic nicotine delivery systems; alternative nicotine products; certain sales; penalty; compliance determination; assistance authorized; conditions.
View Statute 28-1420 License requisite for sale; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1421 License; where obtained; prohibited sales.
View Statute 28-1422 License for sale of tobacco; application; contents.
View Statute 28-1423 License; term; fees; false swearing; penalty.
View Statute 28-1424 License; rights of licensee.
View Statute 28-1425 Licensees; sale of tobacco, electronic nicotine delivery systems, or alternative nicotine products to persons under the age of twenty-one years; penalty.
View Statute 28-1426 Licenses for sale of tobacco; fees inure to school fund.
View Statute 28-1427 Person misrepresenting age to obtain tobacco, electronic nicotine delivery systems, or alternative nicotine products; penalty.
View Statute 28-1428 Transfer of tobacco license.
View Statute 28-1429 Revocation of tobacco license; reissue.
View Statute 28-1429.01 Vending machines; legislative findings.
View Statute 28-1429.02 Vending machines; restrictions on use; violation; penalty; local ordinances; authorized.
View Statute 28-1429.03 Self-service display; restrictions on use; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1430 Repealed. Laws 1997, LB 622, § 136.
View Statute 28-1431 Repealed. Laws 1997, LB 622, § 136.
View Statute 28-1432 Repealed. Laws 1997, LB 622, § 136.
View Statute 28-1433 Repealed. Laws 1997, LB 622, § 136.
View Statute 28-1434 Repealed. Laws 1993, LB 251, § 10.
View Statute 28-1435 Repealed. Laws 1993, LB 251, § 10.
View Statute 28-1436 Repealed. Laws 1993, LB 251, § 10.
View Statute 28-1437 Repealed. Laws 2015, LB 37, § 93.
View Statute 28-1438 Repealed. Laws 2015, LB 37, § 93.
View Statute 28-1438.01 Transferred to section 28-414.06.
View Statute 28-1439 Transferred to section 28-414.07.
View Statute 28-1439.01 Uniform Controlled Substances Act; conviction; uncorroborated testimony; how treated.
View Statute 28-1439.02 Drug forfeitures; county treasurer; duties; County Drug Law Enforcement and Education Fund.
View Statute 28-1439.03 County Drug Law Enforcement and Education Fund Board; membership; terms; powers and duties; rules and regulations.
View Statute 28-1439.04 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1439.05 County Drug Law Enforcement and Education Fund Boards; legislative intent.
View Statute 28-1440 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1441 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1442 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1443 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1444 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1445 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1446 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1447 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1448 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1449 Repealed. Laws 1996, LB 972, § 4.
View Statute 28-1450 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1451 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1452 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1453 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1454 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1455 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1456 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1457 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1458 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1459 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1460 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1461 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1462 Repealed. Laws 1978, LB 748, § 61.
View Statute 28-1463 Transferred to section 28-1463.03.
View Statute 28-1463.01 Act, how cited.
View Statute 28-1463.02 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1463.03 Visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct; prohibited acts.
View Statute 28-1463.04 Violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1463.05 Visual depiction of sexually explicit acts related to possession; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1463.06 Property subject to forfeiture; hearing.
View Statute 28-1464 Transferred to section 28-1463.04.
View Statute 28-1465 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; prohibited.
View Statute 28-1466 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1467 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; first offense; penalty.
View Statute 28-1468 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; second offense; penalty.
View Statute 28-1469 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; third or subsequent offense; penalty.
View Statute 28-1470 Aircraft; implied consent of operator to submit to chemical test.
View Statute 28-1471 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; chemical test; law enforcement officer; powers.
View Statute 28-1472 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; breath test; refusal; penalty.
View Statute 28-1473 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; chemical test; refusal; penalty.
View Statute 28-1474 Aircraft; operation while under influence of liquor or drug; breath or chemical test; refusal; advised of consequences.
View Statute 28-1475 Revisor of Statutes; crimes categorized; duties.
View Statute 28-1475.01 State or local law enforcement agency; authorized to receive forfeited property.
View Statute 28-1476 Advertisement; untrue, deceptive, or misleading; unlawful.
View Statute 28-1477 Deceptive or misleading advertising; unlawful acts; enumerated.
View Statute 28-1478 Deceptive or misleading advertising; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1479 Repealed. Laws 2016, LB1105, § 34.
View Statute 28-1480 Terms, defined.
View Statute 28-1481 Acts prohibited.
View Statute 28-1482 Violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1483 Donated food; resale prohibited; violation; penalty.
View Statute 28-1501 Transferred to section 50-434.
View Statute 28-1601 Property used in commission of certain crimes; forfeiture; proceeding; prosecuting authority; duties; pretrial hearing; intervention; evidentiary hearing; court orders; failure to appear; storage fee.
View Statute 28-1602 Property used in commission of certain crimes; forfeiture; prosecuting authority; duties; pleading; contents.
View Statute 28-1603 Law enforcement agency or prosecuting authority; seized property; prohibited acts.
View Statute 28-1701 Witness or victim of sexual assault; eligible alcohol or drug offense; immunity from arrest or prosecution; conditions.