Articles Posted in County-Jail

PROP 47: Non-Violent Offenses Including Theft and Drug Offenses Can Only Be Misdemeanors
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

On November 4, 2014, California voters approved a voter initiative which requires that certain crimes MUST be filed as misdemeanors. This appears to be an effort by the state of California to reduce the number of people in the state prison system. From now on theft offenses for less than $950.00 must be filed as misdemeanors-even…

Continue reading ›
Old Section LA County Jail to Be Closed
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

It was announced on Tuesday, April 12, 2012, by Sheriff Lee Baca that a section of the Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail will be closed and the inmates would be moved to other locations. The inmates will be moved to other counties or fire camps but Sheriff Baca did not detail when the closure…

Continue reading ›
Proposal to House Illegal Immigrants in Orange County Jails
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

At a council meeting on March 9, 2010, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens offered a proposal to house 838 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees at two of the Orange County jails – Theo Lacy and James A. Musick Facility. Most of the ICE detainees are former federal, state or local inmates who were…

Continue reading ›
Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

The night of January 26, 2010, a 17-year-old gang member was arrested in Santa Ana, Orange County for carrying a loaded weapon. The incident occurred when police spotted the teen riding a “beach cruiser” and “acting suspicious.” When the officer tried to stop the teen, he jumped off the bike and ran. Police found him…

Continue reading ›
Woman Flees From Police in Orange County
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

A woman evaded the police in Huntington Beach, Orange County on January 13, 2010 after being pulled over around 12:30 a.m. Police suspected she was on drugs and were discussing the situation, when the woman suddenly fled in her vehicle and headed south on Pacific Coast highway. The woman led the police on a chase…

Continue reading ›

Client Reviews

“I was pulled over for not having license plates on my car. The reason for that was because it was new. When the Officer pulled me over, he claims to have smelled marijuana and he began to ask me questions. I admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the...


“I was arrested and charged with Penal Code Section 273.5(a) [Domestic Violence with Traumatic Injury]. Unfortunately, some of my actions were caught on video. In addition, an infant was present during the incident. My family hired Attorney Will Bruzzo to...


“I was charged with two counts of Vehicle Code 23109.1 [Engaging in a Speed Contest Causing Specified Injury] as a felony; two counts of Vehicle Code 23105(a) [Reckless Driving Causing Specified Injury], one count of Penal Code Section 368(b)(1) [Elder and...


Get in Touch

Fill out the contact form or call us at (714) 547-4636 to schedule your free consultation.
  • phone.png Free Consultation
  • availabilty.png Available 24/7
  • x3C_Layer_x3E__copia.png Se Habla Español

Leave Us a Message