Mpls Star Tribune, front page, October 3, 2017
Defense lawyer Fred Bruno is part of an elite corps of criminal defense lawyers who defend police. At 61, Bruno figures he has handled hundreds of police cases, and never lost a case involving on-duty conduct.
Bruno Law fights as a team. Our attorneys work together on every case we defend. You receive the benefit of over 80 years of combined criminal law experience, with all of the knowledge and relationships that come from lives spent defending the accused. When you hire Bruno Law, you do not hire just one attorney, you hire a legal team.
“White collar” crimes are typically nonviolent crimes that involve financial deception. These crimes may be committed knowingly or unintentionally. Click here to read more about white collar crimes.
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What starts as a difficult financial situation or a bad decision can easily turn into a criminal conviction in Minnesota. Under Minnesota law, check fraud can be punishable by hefty fines and even imprisonment. Click here to read more about check fraud.
If you are charged with Criminal Vehicular Operations (CVO) and Criminal Vehicular Homicide (CVH), you could could go to prison. That's why it is best to have a highly experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side.
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United States v. B.G. (8 defendant drug conspiracy) (Not Guilty Verdict)
State v. S.G. (election fraud, perjury) (Not Guilty Verdict)
State v. R (1st degree criminal sexual conduct) (Not Guilty Verdict)