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Defending Hit and Run Cases Orange County CA

Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo
Hit and Run Cases

Have you ever been involved in a hit and run accident? Have you ever witnessed a hit and run accident and wondered what to do? A hit and run occurs whenever there is an accident and the individual leaves the scene of the accident without exchanging information with the person they hit or contacting the police. Notably, even if you hit an innate object like a lamppost or a guardrail you should make a telephone report to the police to advise them of what occurred.

If you are accused of a ‘hit and run’, then you should seek legal representation. Mr. Bruzzo has been successful in defending hit and run cases in Orange County CA. Here is one client’s experience.

“I was charged with three counts of hit and run (Vehicle Code Section 20002) for striking three different vehicles and leaving the scene. I hired Attorney William Bruzzo to represent me in this case as I was told he is very familiar with the courts and the district attorneys in Orange County. In the end Mr. Bruzzo was able to negotiate a disposition where the District Attorney agreed to DISMISS THE CASE after I took a class. I am truly grateful to Mr. Bruzzo for his representation in this matter as it spared me from going to jail and having a conviction on my record. I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any criminal matter.” ~~RV 08/12/2009

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