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Mexican Drug Lord Pleads Guilty
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

The leader of the Tijuana cartel has been convicted of federal charges in a San Diego courthouse. Benjamin Arellano-Felix pled guilty to federal racketeering and money-laundering conspiracy charges, according to the Los Angeles Times. The plea agreement contains a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison. The typical sentence for a case of this nature…

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Baby Selling Business Exposed
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In San Diego Superior Court three women have been charged for their child selling plot. Two of the women Hilary Neiman and Theresa Erickson are attorneys who have pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The third woman, Carla Chambers pled guilty to conspiracy to make money from an unlawful activity. The process included…

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Explosives Found at Convict’s Home
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

A controlled burn is planned for a house in Escondido where a significant amount of explosives and explosive materials were found. The owner of the house, who is an out of work software consultant, was taken into custody. During his police interview he stated that he had robbed three San Diego banks. There is no…

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Killer Roosters
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Several birds and blades were confiscated during a search at a residence and restaurant. According to the Orange County Register 827 birds were taken from a Fullerton resident at a property outside of Orange County. At his Anaheim restaurant blades were found which are tied to a rooster’s talons when fighting other birds. Also taken…

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B.A.R.T. Police Officer Murder Trial Possible Location Change
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

The San Francisco Chronicle reported, November 4th, that state court officials have recommended Los Angeles and San Diego counties as possible sites for the murder trial of former Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police Officer Johannes Mehserle. Mehserle resigned as a police officer in Oakland, California, after shooting 22-year-old Oscar Grant, who was unarmed on…

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