Phuong Dave Vo #257186
License Status: Disbarred
This licensee is prohibited from practicing law in California by order of the California Supreme Court.
This attorney is disbarred from the practice of law. As a result, the attorney is ineligible to practice law in California. The State Bar posts consumer alerts online when attorneys are disbarred. The decision(s) or order(s) are posted on the State Bar Court Smart Search. Anyone who believes they have been the victim of attorney misconduct is urged to file a complaint with the State Bar.
Address: 108 N Ynez Ave Ste 208, Monterey Park, CA 91754-1680
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License Status, Disciplinary and Administrative History
All changes of license status due to nondisciplinary administrative matters and disciplinary actions.
|Date||License Status||Discipline||Administrative Action|
|2/26/2018||Not eligible to practice law in CA||Interim suspension after conviction 16-C-15305|
|12/6/2017||Conviction record transmitted to State Bar Court 16-C-15305|
|7/25/2008||Admitted to the State Bar of California|
State Bar Court Cases
The listing below is partial, as the State Bar Court is transitioning to online dockets. Please refer to the License Status, Disciplinary and Administrative History section above for a record of discipline cases. Case dockets and documents may be available using the State Bar Court Search for a Case feature; see instructions below.
Here is what you need to know to access discipline documents in public cases:
Documents are added to the State Bar Court’s online docket as events occur.
Most public case records since 2000 are available through search. Older case records are available on request. The State Bar Court began posting public discipline documents online in 2005.
NOTE: Only Published Opinions may be cited or relied on as precedent in State Bar Court proceedings.
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