Bringing A Controlled Substance Into Jail
Multiple Charges Dismissed
I was charged with Penal Code Section 4573 for Bringing a Controlled Substance into jail, a felony.
I was facing up to three years for that offense alone. I also had three other cases pending for Possession of a Controlled Substance [Health and Safety Code Sections 11377(a), 11350(a), 11364(a)] and one case of Petty Theft [Penal Code Section 484a-488].
I was facing a combined amount of 6.5 years incarceration for these offenses.
My family hired Attorney Will Bruzzo to represent me. I was not interested in probation because I live out of state and I did not want a program.
Mr. Bruzzo negotiated an agreement where the Felony against me was DISMISSED and I pled to misdemeanors. The other four misdemeanor cases were all DISMISSED. Also, I got a local jail offer with no probation.
I am very happy with this result and I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any Possession of a Controlled Substance [Health and Safety Code Sections 11377(a), 11350(a) or bringing a Controlled Substance into a Jail [Penal Code Section 4573] case.
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