Ms. Brewer is a seasoned attorney with over 20 years of experience. She has practiced in the areas of Criminal Defense, Vehicle and Traffic Law, Personal Injury and Family Law in Upstate New York and North Carolina.
She received her law degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo, with honors, and practiced both Criminal Defense and Family Law in New York for over 4 years prior to relocating to North Carolina in 2005. In North Carolina she practiced Personal Injury for over 6 years before returning to practice in New York to continue her Personal Injury practice for another 11 years.
Ms. Brewer is currently the Assistant County Attorney for Genesee County. She prosecutes Family Court Article 8 (family offense) cases and Article 10 (abuse and neglect) cases. She was most recently a member of the Erie County Assigned Counsel Criminal Panel and assisted indigent clients with full representation in criminal cases. In addition to her experience in Criminal Defense and Family Law, Ms. Brewer practiced in the area of Personal Injury for over 16 years and is licensed to practice in State and Federal courts in both New York and North Carolina.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Brewer received her Master of Science degree in Criminology from Florida State University. Ms. Brewer also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology from Florida State University, with honors, as well as a second Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Florida State University. She received numerous academic honors in both graduate and undergraduate school.
As an attorney, Ms. Brewer has represented individuals from all walks of life in local, state and federal courts. She is an aggressive advocate for her clients, yet at the same time, she strives to make a connection with them on a personal level. Ms. Brewer has extensive experience in assisting clients with all types of injury cases including serious injuries, wrongful death, and insurance claims, as well as local, state and federal criminal offenses, abuse and neglect, family offense, support, visitation and custody cases in Family Court, and matrimonial cases.