Jeffrey S. Bullard

Jeffrey S. Bullard

 

 
Jeffrey S. Bullard, Esq., is a founding partner at Bullard & Powell. His primary practice area is Criminal Defense, DUI Defense, and DMV Administrative Hearings. Mr. Bullard has been practicing exclusively in these areas since 2004 and has handled thousands of cases in that time.

Mr. Bullard’s primary goal is to achieve the best possible results for each case while providing the best service to each client. Each client is provided personalized service and advice based upon the specific needs of the client.

His objective is to give each client the same service he would provide his own family and the service he would like to receive. The attorney client relationship is something Mr. Bullard takes very seriously and drives him to provide outstanding service and results to each client, tailored to each client depending on their needs.

 


Notable Criminal Cases

People vs R.S.

Court
San Bernardino County Superior Court

Synopsis
Our client was charged with vehicular manslaughter resulting from a tragic accident wherein his son died. The district attorney refused to negotiate any resolution other than pleading guilty and accepting responsibility for what they believed he had done. After an extensive, year-long investigation, Bullard & Powell went to trial on the matter. It was a long, hard trial but we were not going to let our client plead guilty to something he did not do.

Outcome
Not Guilty Verdict at Trial

People vs T.B.

Court
San Bernardino County Superior Court

Synopsis
Our client was charged with felony resisting arrest with violence, felony DUI, felony driving with .08 blood alcohol level, misdemeanor battery on an officer, misdemeanor drug possession, infraction drug possession, and infraction open container in a vehicle. After carefully researching the issues, we determined the felony DUI was not supported by the evidence and we prepared a motion to dismiss to get the prior DUIs thrown out of Court.

Outcome
All felonies dismissed. Pled no contest to a misdemeanor with no probation.

People vs T.C.

Court
San Bernardino County Superior Court

Synopsis
Our client was found in possession of a large quantity of ‘Molly’, LSD, and marijuana at a local concert venue. He was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance for sale. After intensive negotiations with the District Attorney we were able to achieve a great resolution that would keep the client’s record clean.

Outcome
Dismissal of the felony possession of a controlled substance for sale. PC1000 Diversion on a misdemeanor simple possession charge that will not go on client’s record.

People vs J.O.

Court
San Bernardino County Superior Court

Synopsis
Client was charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor providing alcohol to a minor.

Outcome
The felony burglary charged was dismissed. The providing alcohol to a minor charge was dismissed. The client pled no contest to a trespassing charge and was not found liable for the injury to the infant. No felony, no jail, no house arrest, no community service, no restitution.