George Bruch is a graduate of Wayland Baptist University and Regent University School of Law. George comes to Randall and Page after having served as a Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney in Southampton County, a Senior Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Suffolk and an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Portsmouth for the past 10 years. During his time as a prosecutor George was known in his expertise involving DUI’s, Vehicle Crashes, violent crimes and many other areas of Criminal Law. George has handled felony and misdemeanor cases in the areas General District Courts, Circuit Courts and Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts.
Prior to his admission to the bar George was a member of the Virginia Beach Police department where he spent over eight years as a patrol officer and Detective; specializing in DUI and Crash investigation as well as evaluating cases involving complex felonies. 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, making him familiar with the law under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the military legal system. In his spare time George serves as an Adjunct Law Professor, teaching; Trial Practice, Criminal Law and Will, Trusts and Estates at Regent University School of Law and Norfolk State University. Additionally, George serves as a presenter for various Commonwealth Attorney’s Services Counsel training, to include DUI and Drug Recognition Expert training and the Executive Program, as recognized expert by the legal community.