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Attorney Bryan Lober is a native Floridian, born in Orange County and raised in Seminole County. He is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law and practices primarily Criminal Defense.


After being sworn into the Bar, Bryan quickly found a job at a medium sized firm specializing in Insurance Defense. After a short while at that firm, Bryan realized that representing insurers was in contrast to his values. He found that representing big insurers and companies did not give him the same sense of satisfaction and pride that representing individuals would.


He resigned from his position and was hired shortly thereafter as Assistant Regional Counsel for the State of Florida. In this position, Bryan handled hundreds of cases and tried both adult and juvenile matters. He took both felonies and misdemeanors to trial. Bryan developed a reputation for three things:


(1) Ethically practicing law. There are numerous opportunities to pull one over on the opposition but this serves to hurt clients in the long run. Having a reputation of practicing ethically better ensures that the opposition will be fair and reasonable in dealing with Bryan, and his clients, in the future.


(2) Taking cases to trial. There are many cases which are better situated for trial than a plea. Bryan did what many government employed attorneys are rumored to despise: taking cases to trial. If he genuinely feels that a case is better situated for trial, he tells this to his client and, if the client agrees, he takes the matter to trial. This has the incidental benefit of serving to help Bryan’s future clients. The State Attorney’s Office knows which attorneys are willing to take cases to trial and it may factor into their plea offers.


(3) Filing the motions that ought to be filed. It has been said that some attorneys view misdemeanor and/or juvenile matters as unimportant. Bryan files the motions that ought to be filed regardless of how big or small the case might happen to be. If he takes on a matter, it is important to him.


After some time as Assistant Regional Counsel, Bryan realized that, while he was able to practice law in a manner which was helpful to his clients, he did not have enough time to really get to know his clients beyond an individual case or two (or, in some cases, twelve). He decided to go into private practice so that he would be able to continue practicing his passion, Criminal Law, while being able to devote more face time to individual clients – something which was extremely difficult while working for the State of Florida.


His clients now have the benefit of his experience along with the additional time he is able to devote to each client as a result of his being in private practice.


Languages spoken: English, French

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Practice areas


  1. Criminal Defense: 26%
  2. DUI & DWI: 25%
  3. Juvenile: 25%
  4. Animal Law: 24%



Hourly ($195-275/hour), Fixed (always), Free consultation (45 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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Contact info

Lober, Brown & Lober, PLLC

7777 North Wickham Road
Suite 12-705
Melbourne, FL, 32940


FLMember in Good Standing201106/19/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
AV® Preeminent™Martindale-Hubbell2016
Top 100 Trial LawyerThe National Trial Lawyers2015
Top 100 Trial LawyerThe National Trial Lawyers2014
Top 100 Trial LawyerThe National Trial Lawyers2013
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Attorney at LawLober, Brown & Lober, PLLC2012 - Present
Assistant Regional CounselState of Florida2011 - 2012
Association namePosition nameDuration
Brevard County Bar AssociationPresident-Elect2015 - 2016
Brevard County Bar AssociationTreasurer2014 - 2015
Brevard County Bar AssociationSecretary2013 - 2014
Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (Brevard County chapter)Secretary2012 - 2013
Brevard County Bar AssociationDirector2012 - 2013
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Alien v. PredatorAlien queen destroyed & planet saved
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Publication nameTitleDate
LawyeristAbacusLaw Practice Management Software Review2012
The Ex Parte (a publication of the Brevard County Bar Association)Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Legal Services Contracts2012
The Brief, Stetson University College of LawAir Traffic Control Tower Tour Offers New Perspective for Law Students2009
The Brief, Stetson University College of LawAviation law offers a new niche2007
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Stetson University College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2010