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Accusation and Decision

Robinson, Edward A.

Fremont, CA CPA 23322

CBA Actions
Revocation stayed with five years' probation, via stipulated settlement.
Mr. Robinson's license is suspended for 30 days.
Mr. Robinson shall complete four hours of continuing education in ethics within 90 days of the effective date of the CBA's
decision.
Mr. Robinson shall reimburse the CBA in the amount of $2,500 for its investigation and prosecution costs within 120 days
of the date of the CBA's final decision.
Mr. Robinson shall successfully complete or shall have successfully completed a rehabilitation program for chemical
dependence which the CBA or its designee approves and shall have reports submitted by the program.
Mr. Robinson shall completely abstain from the personal use of all psychotropic drugs, including alcohol, in any form
except when the same are lawfully prescribed.
Mr. Robinson shall when requested submit to such tests and samples as the CBA or its designee may require for the
detection of alcohol, narcotics, hypnotic, dangerous drugs or controlled substances. Mr. Robinson is responsible for all
costs associated with this investigation and testing.
Mr. Robinson shall at all times maintain an active license status, including during any period of suspension.
Other standard terms of probation.
Effective October 27, 2012

Cause For Discipline


Mr. Robinson admits the truth of each and every charge and allegation in Accusation No. AC-2012-23.
Mr. Robinson was convicted of a crime that is substantially related to his qualifications, functions and duties as an
accountant. On June 22, 2011 Mr. Robinson was charged with transporting and possessing 57 grams of
methamphetamine for sale. Mr. Robinson subsequently pleaded nolo contendere and was convicted of violating Health
and Safety Code Section 11377- Possession of a Controlled Substance, a felony.
Violation(s) Charged
Business and Professions Code, Division 3, Chapter 1, 5100 (a). California Code of Regulations, Title 16, Division 1,
99.

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Accusation and Decision

Rodriguez, Bolivar Eduardo

Playa Del Rey, CA CPA 33631

CBA Actions

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Revocation stayed with three years' probation, via stipulated settlement.


Respondents shall reimburse the CBA in the amount of $12,000 for its investigation and prosecution costs.
Other standard terms of probation.
Effective December 28, 2011
Also See:
Stump Davis Greenberg, Accountants Incorporated

Cause For Discipline


Accusation No. AC-2009-37 alleges that Respondents were grossly negligent and committed repeated acts of negligence
by failing to complete and file requisite financial and tax documents in a timely manner for tax years 2000 through 2006
for a client. Respondents failed to comply with professional standards by issuing financial statements to the same client
for the month of July 2007 that did not include a compilation report and Respondents did not have an engagement letter
with said client documenting the services to be performed.
The Accusation also alleged that Respondent Rodriguez failed to respond in a timely manner and with true and accurate
information to CBA inquiries related to Respondent's work.
Respondents understand and agree that the charges and allegations, if proven at hearing, constitute cause for imposing
discipline.
Violation(s) Charged
Business and Professions Code, Division 3, Chapter 1, 5100 (c), (g) and 5062. California Code of Regulations, Title 16,
Division 1, 52(a) and (d) and 58.

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Accusation and Decision

Rodriguez, Jose Angel

Saugus, CA CPA 102294

CBA Actions
Surrender of CPA license, via stipulated surrender.
Mr. Rodriguez shall pay the CBA its costs of investigation and prosecution costs in the amount of $2,679.19 prior to
issuance of a new or reinstated license.
Effective April 28, 2013

Cause For Discipline


Accusation No. AC-2013-27 contains the following allegations:
On or about May 20, 2011, Mr. Rodriguez pled guilty to and was convicted of one felony count of violating Penal Code
section 487(a) [Grand Theft by Embezzlement]. As part of the plea, Mr. Rodriguez admitted the allegation pursuant to
Penal Code section 186.11(a)(3) [Aggravated White Collar Enhancement]. The court denied probation and ordered Mr.
Rodriguez to be imprisoned in a state prison for a total of three (3) years. Mr. Rodriguez was also ordered to pay
restitution to the victim, The Althenaeum at Caltech, in the amount of $377,853.33.
Mr. Rodriguez committed an act of embezzlement when he did unlawfully take from The Althenaeum at Caltech money

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