George Bruch received his undergraduate degree from Wayland Baptist University after studying at various colleges and universities while serving in the United States Navy. He pursued his master’s studies at Troy State University and received his law degree from Regent University School of Law.
George is a practicing attorney with the Law Firm of Randall Page Law. He additionally serves as an adjunct Law Professor at Regent University and has so since 2013 and has also served as an adjunct professor at Norfolk State University.
George’s career has consisted of a 21-year career in the United States Navy, retiring as a Master Chief Petty Officer and an eight and ½ year tenure as a Police Officer and Detective for the City of Virginia Beach. George has had a career in prosecution spanning over 10 years, serving in positions from Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney to Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney in the County of Southampton and cities of Suffolk Virginia and Portsmouth Virginia. As a Police Officer and Prosecutor, George became known as an expert on DUI law, Traffic law and Traffic Crash laws. As a prosecutor George’s experience in criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors, such as Petty Larceny, to serious felonies to include 1st Degree Murder.
Known as the “Road Show” in the community, especially the motorcycle enthusiast community, for his aggressive nature in defending those who find themselves in legal binds, civil cases, and motorcycle crash litigation.
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”