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San Diego DMV Employees Arrested for Accepting Bribes for Licenses
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

San Diego County Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) employees have been charged with accepting bribes for issuing driver’s licenses. The FBI arrested and charged several people for accepting or giving the bribes. The allegations are that people were given driver’s licenses without taking the test or who had failed the driving test. People paid $2,500…

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Suspect in Natalie Holloway Case Facing Murder Charge in Peru
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

The FBI was scheduled to fly to Peru in order to investigate Joran van der Sloot’s laptop. They will be looking for any evidence connected to the Natalee Holloway case from 2005. Ms. Holloway was found murdered on the island of Aruba during her spring break; her killer has never been found but Mr. van…

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The McStay Family Mystery
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

There has been new information on the possible whereabouts of the McStay family. The four members including two young boys have been missing for three months. Their Fallbrook home had no evidence of their whereabouts or why they left. They have not contacted their relatives or family since early February. Michael McStay, Joseph McStay’s brother,…

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Orange County Man Wearing a Bike Helmet Robs Bank
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Investigators at the Orange County Sheriff’s Department as well as the FBI are investigating a strange robbery that occurred at a U.S. Bank in Lake Forest, Orange County on January 11th. A man wearing a bicycle helmet went inside the bank and held a teller at gunpoint while demanding cash. He handed the teller a…

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Federal Law Does Not Allow Marijuana to Be Sold or Used for Medical Purposes
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

As reported by the Associated Press, Deputy Attorney General David Ogden released a policy memo that outlines suggestions for state attorneys regarding prosecution of medical marijuana users and distributors. Federal law does not allow marijuana to be sold or used for medical purposes even though various states do, California among them. The memo suggests that…

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