Possession of a Large Magazine/Assault Weapon - Orange County Criminal Defense


The police were called to my house on a matter and ended up looking at the weapons I own. They discovered that I had a magazine that held 30 bullets which is a violation of California law which prohibits a magazine that holds more then 10 bullets because it could be used as an assault weapon.
I was charged with Possession of Large Capacity Magazine (Penal Code Section 32310), a Misdemeanor.
I was concerned with having this charge on my record. In addition, although that magazine was out of compliance with California law I had actually modified the magazine previously to bring it into compliance but the modification had broken causing its possession to be illegal.
I hired Attorney Will Bruzzo to represent me. Mr. Bruzzo worked with me to get proof that I had tried to modify the weapon.
In the end he was able to get the charge DISMISSED once I made a $250.00 payment to a charity in the court.
I am very happy with this result and I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any similar Penal Code Section 32310, [Possession of a Large Capacity Magazine] matter or other criminal matter.

DC                                                                                                      3/5/17

Possession of a Large Magazine/Assault Weapon - Orange County Criminal Defense

William W. Bruzzo
335 Centennial Way
Tustin, CA 92780
714 547-4636

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