George H. Moyer has more than 50 years of practicing law in Nebraska. He is nationally recognized for his defense work on Jacobson v. United States, which he argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1992. The case is credited for changing guidelines for federal law enforcement regarding entrapment.
George is an is a AV®Preemininent™ peer review rated attorney.*
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University University of Nebraska, B.A., 1959
Law School University of Nebraska, J.D., 1962
1962, Nebraska and U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska; 1990, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit and U.S. Court of Federal Claims; 1991, U.S. Supreme Court
Madison County (President, 1968-1969), 7th Judicial District (President, 1997), Nebraska State and American (Vice Chairman, Agricultural Law Committee, 1993-1996) Bar Associations; American Association for Justice (Director, Eighth Circuit Young Lawyers Section, 1969-1970; State Committeeman, 1973-1975; Governor, 1977-1980); Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys (Director, 1975-1980, 1993-1995; Secretary, 1995-1996; Treasurer, 1996-1997; President Elect, 1997-1998; President, 1998-1999; Trustee NATA PAC, 1990-2000).
Omaha, Nebraska, May 17, 1937
Director, Bank of Madison, 1992-2006. Trustee, 1990-2008, Director, 1993-2005, Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation.
Jacobson v. U.S., 112 S. Ct. 1535, 503 U.S. 540, 118 L. Ed. 2d 174 (1992).