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An Overview: Minors and the Criminal Justice System
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Whenever a person who is 17 or younger is arrested for a criminal offense the case is referred to the Juvenile Justice system in the county where the crime occurred. Criminal cases in the Juvenile system are treated very differently then adult cases. Whereas the authorities tend to concentrate on punishment for adult offenders, the emphasis in…

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Orange County Teenager Suspected in Robbery Shot by Officer
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Orange County Police followed a vehicle suspected of being used in a robbery. When the police approached the vehicle one of the teenage suspects stabbed an officer who then shot the teenager dead. The remaining two suspects then fled in the vehicle before they were stopped again and arrested. All three teenagers had prior records.…

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Gardena High School Shooting
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

The shooting at Gardena High School earlier this week is being investigated as an accident. The teacher in the classroom heard the student say “I’m sorry” after the gun went off. The weapon was in a backpack and went off as the bag hit the desk. One bullet hit two students in the classroom. A…

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Administrative Fines for Tagging in Orange County City
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

In Garden Grove, Orange County, taggers will now be fined up to $1,000 for possession of graffiti instruments. The city will even make parents pay, if the tagger is a juvenile. The issuance of these citations will be starting March 1st. According to the Orange County Register, City Manager Matt Fertal said administrative fines are…

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