Sue-Ann Robinson is of counsel for Ben Crump Law in Ft. Lauderdale. She has been featured on Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel, RT America, Newsmax, and America Trends TV as a legal analyst on issues ranging from police misconduct to liability of major corporations in newsworthy negligence cases.
Ms. Robinson started her legal career as a prosecutor at 23 years old. In that capacity she handled hundreds of cases ranging from misdemeanors to homicide. Robinson is the founder of Robinson Caddy Law, where she represents individuals and corporations in high-stakes business and criminal defense matters.
She has been recognized in Super Lawyers magazine for five consecutive years. She serves as governor for the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division and is the former president of the T.J. Reddick Bar Association, and has served as lead counsel on dozens of jury trials in private practice and as a former assistant state attorney.
Ms. Robinson has engineered her 11 years of in-courtroom experience and insight, gained from her work as a prosecutor, to skillfully and aggressively represent her clients in federal and state court.
She volunteers countless hours to community organizations and has received a Certificate of Special Recognition from the United States Congress for her service to the state of Florida. She has been recognized by The National Black Lawyers as one of the Top 40 Black Lawyers under 40 in the United States. Black Enterprise Magazine listed Ms. Robinson as one of “Top Ten Black Women Lawyers You Should Know” in the nation.