Sue-Ann Robinson handles federal and state criminal defense, as well as civil litigation.
She formerly served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Felony Trial Unit for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Florida. While working with the office of the State Attorney Ms. Robinson handled thousands of cases and tried over a hundred cases ranging from Driving under the Influence and Drug Offenses to Attempted Homicide. Sue-Ann Robinson has engineered her immense in court trial experience and insight gained from her work as a prosecutor to skillfully and aggressively represent those accused of crimes and to defend clients in civil litigation cases.
Attorney Robinson is the former President of the T.J. Reddick Bar Association (Black Lawyers Association of Broward County, Florida). She is a Director for the Broward County Bar Young Lawyers Section and also serves on The Florida Bar Board of Governors for the Young Lawyers Division. In addition to being a member of the Florida Bar she is also a member of the Federal Bar, United States District Court, Southern District of Florida. She is trained as a County Court Mediator.
In 2003, she graduated summa cum laude receiving a B.S.c in Finance and Business Administration from Florida A& M University. She is member of the second graduating class of Florida International University College of Law. During her matriculation at Florida International University College of Law she acted as the founder and President of the Caribbean Student Bar Association, Editor of the Chromatic Times Newsletter and President of the Board of Advocates Trial Team Division.
Ms. Robinson volunteers countless hours to various community-based cultural and educational activities. Including serving on the lobbying committee for the Lake Hall School Grant, assisting in the Butler Street YMCA restoration project in Atlanta Georgia, and acting as the Barbadian Delegate at several International Coronation Events.
Ms. Robinson was named twice as a Coca-Cola Corporate Scholar a Florida Merit Scholar and is a recipient of the Outstanding Leadership Award from the Black Law Students Association at FIU.
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