Meet Brynn


Brynn L. Brito has focused her career on helping citizens facing extensive legal struggles. Since Brynn entered the field of law in 1999 she has focused on criminal trial work specifically on the Felony level. She has helped to keep families together, helped individuals avoid weighty penalties and has been a key factor in injured persons receiving their just compensation. Brynn is experienced in representing criminal defendants from pre-charging through appeal:  mitigation or avoidance of charges, competency and insanity, deposition practice, motion research, writing and argument, jury and bench trials, sentencing objections and mitigation, violations of probation and appeals. Brynn has represented those accused with allegations of:  Murder & homicide (all levels), Kidnapping, Drugs (all levels), Aggravated Battery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Theft, Forgery, Securities Fraud,  Rape, Lewd & Lascivious, pornography charges, DUI and all levels of misdemeanors.  Brynn is also well versed in representing those navigating their way through administrative hearings in attempts to keep their driver’s license or a professional license.

Brynn focuses her practice primarily on criminal defense trial work. She is very aggressive and thorough. It is her passion. She believes that every perspective matters and that each story is made up of multiple viewpoints. She firmly believes in questioning the Government and making them prove their case. As a trial lawyer, Brynn prepares every case for the courtroom and for trial. She always looks to understand the full scope of the story within the law. This passion for understanding truth came from Brynn’s early days studying to be an attorney.


After graduation from the University of Florida College of Law, Brynn began her career as an Assistant State Attorney in Broward County, Florida. She started first as a juvenile prosecutor working with several circuit court judges. Brynn volunteered to work with the Hon. Melanie May, now a judge the 4th District Court of Appeal, in Juvenile Drug Court a program that was innovative to the treatment of juveniles with drug addiction. In the Juvenile division she tried hundreds of bench trials involving felonies and misdemeanors.

Her work was quickly noticed and she was promoted to the Felony Trial Unit where she handled the largest case load of the entire Felony Trial Unit and provided consistent guilty verdicts in her many trials- she did not lose. Ms. Brito became the head of her Division trying the most serious cases and training new attorneys. She was ultimately promoted to the elite trial unit of Sex Crimes and Child Abuse at the Broward State Attorney’s Office and held for retention by Michael J. Satz the State Attorney for the 17th Judicial Circuit.

Brynn relocated to Brevard County in 2004 bring her trial experience and knowledge to with her and quickly moved into private practice. She briefly worked with the Office of Regional Conflict Counsel under Jeffrey Dean helping to open and establish the new office. She then left to open her own practice. Brynn has done significant work in helping clients receive the defense they need in Court. She has argued in front of the 2nd and 5th District Courts of Appeal as well as in Circuit Courts around the State. Brynn is an excellent trial attorney that has consistently received not guilty verdicts in this County for both misdemeanor and felony cases.  Brynn also works with families that are injured in car accidents helping to make them whole again.

Brynn believes in continuing to educate herself so that she can better serve her clients.  She has completed multiple courses approved by the Florida Bar on DUI Defense, Death Penalty Litigation- including the Florida Association of Defense Lawyers Death is Different, Juvenile Practice, The Florida Prosecuting Attorney’s Association Supporting Your Case Using DNA Evidence,  Evidence Practice Seminars, Miller-Graham Re-sentencing for Juveniles facing Death and Life in Prison, and Guardianship Practice. Brynn has also completed the American Association for Justice’s prestigious Workhorse seminar focusing on representing injured civil plaintiffs.

Brynn is a member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, the Brevard County Bar Association, the Brevard County Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, the Brevard County Association of Women’s Lawyers and the America Association for Justice.  Brynn is admitted to the Florida bar as well as the Federal Middle District of Florida.