Here is a link to pro bono programs in Nebraska (you might be able to get free or very low cost representation):
I know it's a little daunting but if you can't get a pro bono atty you might want to consider asking the court pro se (on your own) for an expungement of the charges and the registry. When my ex conned an atty into believing he was indigent and they tried to bury me in legal fees I went it alone. Sometimes you can find an atty who will for a small fee get you going in the right direction. I don't recommend this unless you absolutely cannot get an attorney. If you go this route.
- see if the court has a "Friend of the Court." The won't give you legal advice but they will tell you what paperwork needs to be filed where and about the process.
- check the court docket for expungements and go and watch and learn. Most courts now have their dockets online, if not the district clerk can help you with this.
- look for previous expungements to see what motions, ect were filed. You can use their paperwork as a template.
- if there's a law library nearby go and read up.
In the mean time I've started writing legislators. Yours, mine, and those from any state with unjust policies. I found out from the previous link I sent you that my state has no policy! They make decisions on removal from the registry on a case by case basis depending on who's sitting the panel at that time.
Good luck again