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Senator Lucas & Felony Conspiracy
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

As demonstrations spread across the country following the May 25 death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, statues venerating Confederate military leaders became the target of protesters.  In Portsmouth, Virginia such a demonstration was held and protestors began defacing a confederate monument with paint. An African American state senator was present, L. Louise…

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Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Restraining Orders  Restraining orders may be brought by anyone to stop someone else from harassing them, threatening violence or committing violence against them. There are five types of Restraining Orders: Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, Civil Harassment Restraining Orders. Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Orders, Workplace Violence Restraining Orders and Gun Violence Restraining Orders. Once…

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Elder Abuse / Dependent Adult Restraining Order
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Restraining Orders  Restraining orders may be brought by anyone to stop someone else from harassing them, threatening violence or committing violence against them. There are five types of Restraining Orders: Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, Civil Harassment Restraining Orders. Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Orders, Workplace Violence Restraining Orders and Gun Violence Restraining Orders. Once…

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Gun Violence Restraining Order
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

This is a court order that prohibits someone from having any guns, ammunition, or magazines (ammunition feeding devices). The person must surrender all guns, ammunition, and magazines that he or she currently owns if the Order is granted. You can ask for one against a person who is an immediate family member. Immediate family members…

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Workplace Violence Restraining Order
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Restraining Orders  Restraining orders may be brought by anyone to stop someone else from harassing them, threatening violence or committing violence against them. There are five types of Restraining Orders: Domestic Violence Restraining Orders,Civil Harassment Restraining Orders, Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Orders, Workplace Violence Restraining Orders and Gun Violence Restraining Orders. Once a Temporary Restraining Order or permanent…

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Will Bruzzo’s Client Awarded Full Pardon from Governor for Felony Offenses
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

If you are convicted of a felony offense in California, the only way to truly get it removed from your record and all your rights as a citizen reinstated (firearm, voting), is through a Gubernatorial Pardon. As you might imagine, requesting the Governor of the State of California to Pardon you for an offense is…

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Robbers Were Acting Like Cops
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

A man and a woman were arrested for committing a string of robberies in Santa Ana while impersonating police officers. Robbers were acting like cops. The individuals suspected are charged with robbing nearly $2,000 from five victims during four separate incidents in one month. Police are still looking for the third suspect. During the robberies,…

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Advice for the Long Term AWOL (Deserter) Military Service Members
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Having practiced military and civilian criminal law for 25 years I am well acquainted with individuals who spend years looking over their shoulder because they have warrants for their arrest. A warrant for an Away without Leave (AWOL) matter can have a devastating impact on a person’s life, even if the person is never arrested…

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Army Investigator Says Bergdahl Should Not Be Incarcerated
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Sgt Bowe Bergdahl could face court martial for the crime of Desertion for leaving his post in June 2009. At that time he was a private first class at Forward Operating Post Mest in eastern Afghanistan. Mest, a small base surrounded by Taliban fighters, had been established and maintained by the platoon he was in.…

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Former LAPD Officer Arrested on Murder Charges
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

On Friday July 17, Henry Solis, a former Los Angeles police officer plead not guilty to charges of murder and assault with a firearm. The charges are from an incident on March 13 outside a bar in Pomona. Allegedly Solis shot Salome Rodrigues Jr. multiple times after a fight they had inside the club. Rodrigues…

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