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Inmates Have Facebook Too!
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Information has surfaced that inmates have set up their own pages on social media sites. The California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation has communicated with Facebook and reported inmate accounts. The site will “take down pages that have been updated since the owners went to prison” according to the Los Angeles Times. Some inmates have…

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Look Who’s on Facebook Now!
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Huntington Beach once again looks to a new strategy to reduce Drunk Driving Offenses also known as DUI’s. The city had agreed to list people cited for possible DUI in newspapers but the publications stopped listing the names. Another plan was approved to allow the Huntington Beach Police Department to list the names of people on…

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Laguna Beach Teen Stabbing
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

On March 29th, at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, Orange County, a 16 year old Laguna Beach teen was arraigned and is facing assault with a deadly weapon charges for acts against three other teens and two minors. According to the Orange County Register authorities explained that the teens were arguing through texts,…

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Police Use Social Networking Sites to Track Gangs
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Police investigations are keeping up with the social networking trend as they investigate gang members and gang activity. Sites like Facebook, my space, and twitter serve as a way to communicate between gang members. Some use the internet to post videos and photos sometimes showing current criminal activities that they are involved in. Music and…

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Kick a Ginger Day
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

A red-headed 12-year-old boy was assaulted in Los Angeles on November 20th because of a Facebook message declaring Friday as “Kick a Ginger Day.” A “ginger” is a label for someone with red hair, fair skin, and freckles. A group of seventh and eighth graders at A.E. Wright Middle School in Calabasas beat up the…

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