Orange County Criminal Lawyer
( California Vehicle Code Section 23103(b) )
I was involved in an accident and left the scene without contact the authorities. Also, three of my passengers experienced injuries and two of my passengers told the police I was driving too fast. Also, I did not have a driver’s license when the accident occurred. I was charged with Vehicle Code Section 20002(a) [Hit and Run]; Vehicle Code Section 23103(b) [Reckless Driving] and Vehicle Code Section 12500 [Driving without a valid license].
A friend of mine had used Attorney Will Bruzzo previously and said he was a good lawyer. Mr. Bruzzo went right to work on my case. He got my three passengers to write a letter for me and he got the Hit and Run DISMISSED through CIVIL COMPROMISE. He then convinced the District Attorney to DISMISS the Reckless Driving charge. I pled guilty to driving without a license as an infraction and paid a fine. [Defendant facing up to 1 year in jail on original charges].
I am very happy with this result and I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any Hit and Run [Vehicle Code Section 20002(a)], Reckless Driving [Vehicle Code Section 23103(b)] or other criminal matter.
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