Injuring a Wireless Device with Intent to prevent a Crime Report

(Penal Code Section 591.5)
Orange County Criminal Attorney

Testimonial

I was arrested for Domestic Violence [Penal Code Section 243(e) (1)] and Injuring a Wireless Device with Intent to prevent a Crime Report [Penal Code Section 591.5]. I have a job that is very sensitive to a Domestic Violence charge. I read about Will Bruzzo on-line and hired him to represent me before charges were filed.
Mr. Bruzzo understood my background and had his investigator speak with my wife.  She made a statement to the investigator indicating what she wanted done on the case as the victim and that statement was forwarded to the District Attorney’s office prior to filing.  When the matter did go to court only the Injuring a Wireless Device with Intent to prevent a Crime Report [Penal Code Section 591.5] charge remained.
Mr. Bruzzo was then able to negotiate an agreement where that charge was DISMISSED  after I gave DNA, completed AA meetings and did community service.
Mr. Bruzzo helped save my career. I am very happy with the result and I would enthusiastically recommend him for any Domestic Violence [Penal Code Section 243(e) (1)] and Injuring a Wireless Device with Intent to prevent a Crime Report [Penal Code Section 591.5] case.


RK 
Date: 8/26/19

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