George W. Bruch is a member of the General District Team. George is a graduate of Wayland Baptist University and Regent University School of Law. George comes to the Suffolk Commonwealth's Attorney's office after having served as a Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney in Southampton County. 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. 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.
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, additionally George serves as a presenter for various Commonwealth Attorney’s Services Counsel training, to include DUID training and the Executive Program. 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.