Dr. Anthony L. Robbins
Dr. Anthony L. Robbins, a lifelong resident of the South Florida, is the Chief Forensic Criminal Defense Investigator with the firm of Anthony L. Robbins & Associates, Inc. received his formal education from Selma University and received his graduate degree from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Robbins, is a member of the Civilian Investigative Panel Complaints Committee where he utilizes the specialized training he has received from the Miami-Dade County Police Department Training Bureau as well as the City of Sunrise Police Department Training Unit in the field of Homicide Investigations, Blood Spatter, Latent Print Examination, Crime Scene Investigations and Police Involved Shootings.
Dr. Robbins one of the leading experts in his field and is a member of the International Association of Identification, The International Blood Pattern Analysis Association; the International Homicide Investigators Association and the Certified Fraud Examiners Association; Robbins was previously identified by the judiciary of the 11th judicial circuit as one of the first African American Males to be designated as a Supervised Visitation Provider for circuit court in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida.
Dr. Robbins formerly worked in the public sector with the Florida Department of Children and Families, the Miami-Dade County Public Defender’s Office and served as a certified Guardian ad Litem investigating best interest cases involving abused and neglected children. He is also a member of the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Dr. Anthony L. Robbins is no stranger to the residents of the City of Miami as his work has lead him to receiving a Proclamation from former Miami-Dade County Mayor Alex Penelas, former City of Miami Mayor Manny Diaz and was later nominated by former Governor Jeb Bush to serve on the US Selective Service System where Robbins received a Presidential appointment to serve on the Board by US President George W. Bush and was recognized by former President Bill Clinton for his work with the American Reads Program and was honored by former Governor Lawton Chiles for his work within the community and formerly served on the City of Miami Community Relations Board where he worked with the community in bridging relations between the residents of the City of Miami.