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Irvine 11 are Charged by Orange County District Attorney
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Last year 11 students were detained by authorities after disrupting a speech by the Ambassador from Israel, Ambassador Oren, at the University of California, Irvine. These students, since referred to as the Irvine 11, have now been formally charged with the crime of disturbing the peace. The eleven students, some of whom attended the University of…

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Former Fire Chief Guilty of Beating Puppy
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Glynn Johnson, a former Los Angeles County assistant fire chief, was found guilty in Riverside County Superior Court to charges of animal cruelty (California Penal Code Section 597(a)) and use of a deadly weapon (California Penal Code Section 12022) for beating a puppy to death outside his Riverside home. The deadly weapon used to kill…

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