Sue-Ann Robinson is an award winning renowned trial attorney, commentator and TV featured guest legal analyst for Court TV. She has become known for her in depth and common sense analysis on criminal justice reform, police misconduct and high profile cases. Sue-Ann’s breadth of experience and expertise has earned her acclaim across all media platforms. Her legal commentary has been featured on Revolt TV, VH1, Fox News, NBC, Black News Channel, The Young Turks, and Law and Crime.
Sue-Ann is a dynamic speaker known for stimulating thought and inspiring action at corporate and academic events. She has moderated and served as keynote speaker for Universities, Municipalities, Community Organizations, and Corporations. Her Authentic and approachable style engages and motivates audience members to do what they can from wherever they may be to push forward the cause of social justice which she calls; “the most important work of our time.”
As a former prosecutor, Sue-Ann offered her unique matter of fact perspective as a legal expert on Season 1 and 2 of STARZ’s investigative docuseries Wrong Man. On the team, Robinson re-investigated cases in which incarcerated defendants insisted on their innocence. Notably two defendants from the series were released from prison based on new evidence exposed by the series investigation.
Sue-Ann began her legal career at 23 years old as a Prosecutor in the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County, Florida. Since leaving government service she has been in private practice representing individuals and businesses in high stakes litigation in both Federal and State Court. In tandem with a vigorous trial practice Sue-Ann covered the Derek Chauvin trial daily for Fox Soul. She anchored a nationally syndicated morning show based in Miami Florida. Among her many accolades she has been recognized by Superlawyers Magazine , received a certificate of special recognition from the United States Congress, awarded as a “Changemaker” for her work in civil rights by the Thurgood Marshall Foundation ,and listed as one of the “top ten black women lawyers you should know” in Black Enterprise Magazine.
A native of South Florida, Robinson is the mother of two girls and lives in Broward County.She received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), and her law degree from the Florida International University College of Law.