Robinson Law, PLLC focuses on DUI, criminal and traffic defense. I ensure that my clients receive the advice they need and the rights to which they are entitled. I appear most frequently in Northern Virginia courts, and also have experience practicing in Washington D.C. and the federal district courts in Virginia, D.C., and Maryland. I represent clients in a wide variety of felony and misdemeanor cases, ranging from traffic matters such as reckless driving and DUIs to major felony charges such as possession of drugs, conspiracies, assault, fraud, and sexual battery.
My work for clients has also involved extensive appellate brief writing and a vigorous motions practice, including motions to suppress evidence, motions for bond, motions for discovery, and other motions for relief in federal and state prosecutions. Before going into private practice, I was a law clerk for the Honorable Chief Judge Watkins in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. I am an active member of the bar of Virginia and of the District of Columbia.
I am a 2011 magna cum laude graduate of the George Mason University School of Law where I was the managing editor of the George Mason Law Review and served on the Moot Court Board. My undergraduate degree is from the College of William and Mary. My home is in Vienna, Virginia, and I am a longtime resident of the Commonwealth.