Posted on Wednesday, June 17th, 2015 at 7:36 pm
Attorney Tony Bruno recently represented a Champaign resident who was accused of recording a teenage girl without permission, according to a June 17 article in The News-Gazette.
The accused pleaded guilty to unauthorized video recording. Although the Assistant State Attorney argued for a jail term of three years, Bruno managed to reduce the sentence to home detention and a period of probation. The home detention will be monitored by an electrical device for six months. Then, a probation period of 30 months will follow. Bruno said that his client has performed community service work for three years now, and probation would provide him the chance to continue this positive contribution.
The Champaign legal team at Bruno Law Offices is dedicated to fighting for the best possible result in each of our clients’ cases. To learn more about how we may be able to uphold your rights and protect your interests in court, call our offices at (217) 328-6000 today.