Meet Bella Truong

Practice
  • Litigation
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Entrepreneurship/Startups
  • Victim Advocacy
bar admissions
  • North Carolina
  • Washington
  • Georgia

Partner

Bella Truong is a Partner with Parlatore Law Group and practices in the fields of Litigation, Veterans Affairs, Entrepreneurship/Startups, and Victim Advocacy.

As an Army veteran and current military spouse, Ms. Truong is committed to advocating for veteran and servicemembers’ rights and interests. From supporting veteran owned businesses, to supporting veterans and servicemembers in criminal and administrative legal issues, she is passionate about utilizing her background and skillset to best serve her clients and their needs.

Ms. Truong spent more than a decade in the courtroom as a prosecutor in both North Carolina and Washington state. A highly experienced trial attorney, this included over 50 jury trials, six first degree murder trials, and all levels of felonies: from drug offenses and property crimes to sexual assaults, violent assaults, and homicides. She also served as lead prosecutor for all Child Abusive Head Trauma cases, reinforcing her passion for victim advocacy.

In addition to her career experience as an attorney, Ms. Truong is a veteran of the United States Army, serving as a military intelligence officer leading teams of analysts and deploying in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. She gained valuable experience in support of an interagency team, as she delivered intelligence products supporting the U.S. Central Command, FBI, DIA and CIA.

When not practicing law, Ms. Truong spends time enjoying the outdoors with her family, exploring the city of Savannah, GA, and being a mom to her three young children.

She is admitted to practice in North Carolina, Washington, and Georgia.

She currently resides in Georgia.

Education:

University of Kansas School of Law, Juris Doctor, August 2008

United States Military Academy at West Point, Bachelor of Science, May 2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice
  • Litigation
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Entrepreneurship/Startups
  • Victim Advocacy
Bar Admissions
  • North Carolina
  • Washington
  • Georgia