Muna Abraham is a Palestinian American first generation college graduate. Ms. Abraham attended the University of Florida Levin College of Law in Fall 2014. During her time at UF, she interned with the Florida Capital Resource Center and assisted in representing defendants facing the possibility of capital punishment.
Ms. Abraham was one of the few participates selected for a rigorous Advanced Trial Advocacy course, where she was trained by experienced Federal Judges and top Florida bar attorneys in Miami, FL. She was a competing member in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team at the University of Florida and competed in nationwide competitions against students from top tier law schools.
In October 2018, Ms. Abraham put her criminal law experience to work and began her career at the Ninth Judicial Circuit Office of the Public Defender. Ms. Abraham handled cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to the most serious felony charges. During the three plus years she spent at the Public defenders office, she enhanced her trial skills by going to trial often and argued countless motions to secure a favorable outcome for her clients. She represented clients facing life in prison, and fought until those charges were dismissed or resolved with a favorable resolution. Ms. Abraham is dedicated to fighting against the injustices that impact her clients, and ensuring that their rights are protected to the fullest extent. She works her cases head on and aggressively, and goes above and beyond to secure the best possible outcome for her clients. Time and time again she has proven herself as a fierce litigator.
Ms. Abraham is an active member of the Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, Orange County Bar Association, and the Young Lawyers Section of the Florida bar.