Melissa’s experience is almost exclusively in the area of criminal law, and her experience does not consist entirely of plea bargains; clients hire her to go to trial and to win trials.
Melissa Bobrow is a criminal defense attorney representing clients under investigation or facing charges in both federal and state court.
Ms. Bobrow has over ten years of experience in criminal defense. After graduating from California Western School of Law in 2007, Melissa worked for Dean Steward where she worked on high profile federal cases, including, fraud, bribery, voter intimidation, RICO, online pill sales, and a death penalty case.
In 2010, she opened her own law office defending people charged with healthcare fraud, insurance fraud, embezzlement, witness tampering, gun charges, 3 strikes, robbery, sex crimes, alien smuggling, tax evasion, obstruction of justice, drug crimes, assault, burglary, in addition to more RICO and bribery cases.
Ms. Bobrow is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, where she serves on the White-Collar Committee, 4th Amendment Committee, and Women in Criminal Defense Committee. As part of the Federal Bar Association. She has spoken on panels and is active on the Membership Committee. In 2012, The San Diego Criminal Defense Bar Association awarded her Thomas Adler Scholarship to attend the National Criminal Defense College.
She has lectured on a variety of topics, such as: voir dire, federal and state drug laws, federal versus state court procedures and issues, and the Prisoners’ Rights Pro Bono panel.
Ms. Bobrow is originally from New York, but has called San Diego home for the past 15 years.