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PROBATION The following persons have been placed on probation with conditions by the California Supreme Court on the dates indicated. Unless otherwise noted, they are required to pass the Professional Responsibility Exam. Jeffrey Alan Berger, San Francisco, Feb. 24. Three years’ probation with conditions. Expires Feb. 24, 2010. Iris Claudette Brossard, Los Angeles, Feb. 24. Two years’ probation with conditions. Must make restitution. Expires Feb. 24, 2009. John Yaheng Tu, Monterey Park, Feb. 17. Two years’ probation with conditions. Expires Feb. 17, 2009. Ellen Ann Whelan, Long Beach, Feb. 17. Two years’ probation with conditions. Expires Feb. 17, 2008. PUBLIC REPROVAL The following persons have been issued a public reproval by the State Bar of California or California Supreme Court and must comply with conditions attached to the reproval. Jesse Soto Ortiz III, Sacramento, Feb. 8 INVOLUNTARY INACTIVE ENROLLMENT The following persons have been enrolled as inactive members of the State Bar of California pursuant to Rule 9.21 of the California Rules of Court and may not practice law while so enrolled, effective on the dates indicated. Unless otherwise noted, they must comply with Rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court: Jay Nathan Eiser, Long Beach, Feb. 9 Troy Lawrence Ellerman, Colorado Springs, Colo., Feb. 28 Ronald Ollen Lyerla, Redding, Feb. 22 The following persons have been enrolled as inactive members of the State Bar of California pursuant to � 6007 of the Business & Professions Code and may not practice law or hold themselves out as entitled to practice law while so enrolled, effective on the dates indicated: Francis Joseph Bloomingdale, La Mesa, Feb. 24 Randall Dean Mason, Citrus Heights, Feb. 24 Cheryl Ann Podbielski, Torrance, Feb. 18 The following persons have been enrolled as inactive members of the State Bar of California pursuant to � 6233 of the Business & Professions Code and may not practice law or hold themselves out as entitled to practice law while so enrolled, effective on the dates indicated: Duane D’Roy Dade, Upland, Feb. 13 REINSTATEMENT FROM INVOLUNTARY INACTIVE ENROLLMENT The following persons, originally enrolled as inactive members pursuant to � 6007 of the Business & Professions Code, were reinstated on the dates set forth below upon completion of all requirements: Earl Lee Baer, Sacramento, Feb. 16 Mark Robert Moore, Peacham, Vt., Feb. 23 (Remains suspended for nonpayment of membership fees) Richard Anson Phillips, West Hollywood, Feb. 17 (Remains suspended for nonpayment of membership fees, Administrative Inactive for MCLE noncompliance and disciplinary suspension) Wayne Winrow, Emeryville, Feb. 17 (Remains on disciplinary suspensions) The following persons, originally enrolled as inactive members pursuant to � 6233 of the Business & Professions Code, were reinstated on the dates set forth below upon completion of all requirements: Jon Michael Alexander, Crescent City, Feb. 12 INTERIM SUSPENSION FOLLOWING CRIMINAL CONVICTION The following persons have been suspended by the State Bar Court following a criminal conviction effective on the dates indicated, until further order of the court. Unless otherwise noted, they must comply with Rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court: Bret Dodge Bechtold, Fremont, Feb. 9 Frank Thomas Davies, San Diego, Feb. 26 Matthew James Farrer, Oakland, Feb. 26 Philip Maximus Van Aelstyn, Auburn, Feb. 21 MISCELLANEOUS The following person(s) were transferred to Administrative Inactive status for failure to comply with Minimum Continuing Legal Education requirements in error. Record entries indicating their noncompliance have been expunged: George Troy Franklin Walker Jr., Hollywood

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