Display (Wrongful) of Disabled Person Placard
I was charged with Vehicle Code Section 4461(c) (Display of Disabled Person Placard). I was alleged to have displayed a disabled person placard that was not issued to me. I hired Attorney William W. Bruzzo to represent me in this matter. My most important concern was keeping my record clean as I am planning on becoming a physician some day and currently am a medical resident. After Mr. Bruzzo made several appearances in court without my being present, he was able to negotiate a dismissal with the District Attorney once I completed community service. I truly believe that without Mr. Bruzzo’s knowledge of the courts and the District Attorneys in Orange County I would not have had such a favorable result. I highly recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any criminal matter.
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