George W. Bruch joined Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C. on February 15, 2019, where a majority of his practice is Criminal and Traffic law, specializing in DUI defense. George is a graduate of Wayland Baptist University and Regent University School of Law. George served as an Assistant Commonwealth attorney at the Suffolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office after having served as a Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney in Southampton County for a total time of experience prosecuting of 13 years, where he was known for his knowledge of DUI and other serious criminal matters. Prior to his admission to the Virginia State Bar, George was a member of the Virginia Beach Police department where he spent over eight years as a patrol officer, (Specializing in DUI) and Detective. As a retired Master Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy, George served in the submarine, aviation, and surface warfare communities, leading to his retirement from the U.S. Navy after 21 years of distinguished service. George was an Adjunct Law Professor, teaching; Trial Practice, Criminal Law and Will, Trusts, and Estates at Regent University School of Law, additionally George was an adjunct professor at Norfolk State University. George and his wife Terri are also very active in their local Hampton Roads charitable organizations raising funds and providing assistance to those in need. George’s hobbies are foreign languages, boating, motorcycles, but mostly spending time with his family and grandchildren.
A recognized expert in the field of DUI/DUID, Fatal Crashes, and Vehicular Manslaughter. Courtroom experience in thousands of traffic and criminal cases including but not limited to Manslaughter, Homicide, Assault and Malicious Wounding, Weapons Cases, etc….
Favorite Quote(s): “No matter where you’re at, there you are” and “Respect starts early”