August 24, 2021 | Written By Laurel Sceviour
Parlatore Law Group, LLP is thrilled to announce our continued growth during summer 2021, increasing our strength in North Carolina, Washington, and Georgia. Read on to learn more about what the newest member of our team brings to Parlatore Law Group.
“We are proud to welcome Bella Truong to our team. Her strong experience, both as an attorney and a former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer, will be a major benefit to our team and to our clients. Bella is a dedicated professional and a talented addition to our firm."
– Timothy Parlatore, Founder & Managing Partner
Bella Truong, Esq.
Bella Truong is a Partner with Parlatore Law Group and practices in the fields of Litigation, Veterans Affairs, Entrepreneurship/Startups, and Victim Advocacy.
“Parlatore Law Group is changing the playing field in terms of client focused representation. No matter the issue or the need for the client, someone in the practice has the answer, and that is why I'm excited about joining this team and sought out this opportunity.”
– Bella Truong, Partner
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.
She is admitted to practice in North Carolina, Washington, and Georgia.
To view Bella Truong’s full biography and contact information, click here.
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