“In the matter of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people all are the same.”
HERNANDEZ FRANTZ, VON LOH
CRIMINAL LAW ATTORNEYS
REPRESENTATION IN FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS
⇒ Drug Cases
⇒ Sexual Assaults
Evening and weekend appointments available upon request
Sandra Hernandez Frantz
A native of Colorado, Sandra graduated from Rocky Ford High School in southern Colorado. Sandra furthered her education by receiving a Bachelor in Science from Alamosa State College, and her Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska – College of Law in May 1984. She became a licensed attorney in Nebraska in October 1985. Sandra began a solo practice prior to forming the firm of Hernandez Frantz, Von Loh with Darik Von Loh in July of 2000.
Sandra practiced in the area of family law, and emphasized in the area of child custody cases. Sandra successfully practiced in the firm until 2014 when she retired. She currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, in her retirement, and enjoys spending time with her two dogs, K. Bella and Barrington.
Darik J. Von Loh
A native Nebraskan, Darik graduated from Bertrand Community School in rural south-central Nebraska. Darik furthered his education by receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Studies in Business from Doane College. Darik received his Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska – College of Law in December 1999, and became licensed by the Nebraska Bar in April 2000. As a young attorney, Darik clerked for the Honorable John C. Minahan, bankruptcy judge in Lincoln, Nebraska, before joining Sandra Hernandez Frantz in private practice.
Darik practices in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, business startups, bankruptcy, and probate. In his practice, Darik emphasizes in criminal law, including all felonies and misdemeanors in both federal and state courts in Nebraska from pre-indictment and arrest to trial and sentencing. Darik has gained the reputation and trust from the judiciary, and is a member of the federal CJA Panel and routinely receives federal and state court appointments to represent indigent clients in criminal cases when conflicts exist with the public defender’s office.