Resisting and Deterring an Executive Officer

Orange County Criminal Attorney

Testimonial

I had an accident in my car and was determined to be twice the legal limit for alcohol. Due to my intoxication level and other facts, I got into an altercation with several police officers. I was then charged with Penal Code Section 69-Resisting and Deterring an Executive Officer, Vehicle Code Section 23152(a)-Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, Penal Code 148(a)-Resisting Arrest/Obstructing Justice, Penal Code Section 241(c)-Assault on a Peace Officer, Penal Code Section 243(b)-Battery on an Officer.
I hired Attorney Will Bruzzo to represent me. He had successfully represented me on another minor case. Mr. Bruzzo had me evaluated [Psychologically] and spoke with the Judge and the District Attorney. My total exposure was 1 year in jail.  However, Mr. Bruzzo negotiated a DISMISSAL of all charges except the driving under the influence charge. Also, I must complete 10 days of Cal Trans [No Jail] and informal probation.  I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any case involving Penal Code Sections 148(a), Penal Code Section 69, Penal Code Section 241(c), Penal Code Section 243(b) and Vehicle Code Section 23152(a).


BF
Dated: 11/10/21

 

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