At the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS), Ms. Singer represents criminal defendants who are charged with felonies, including rape, robbery, attempted murder, home invasion, Medicare fraud and serious drug offenses, from arraignment to sentencing in Massachusetts Superior and District Court. Ms. Singer has been commended by the Massachusetts Appellate Court in a written opinion, and has trial experience with high-profile cases. She has extensive experience in writing and arguing motions, negotiating favorable plea bargains, and securing favorable dispositions for her clients at sentencing. Ms. Singer has spoken at criminal defense seminars, trains newly hired attorneys for CPCS and the CPCS Bar Advocate program and enjoys mentoring new attorneys and legal interns. Prior to joining CPCS in 2006, Ms. Singer served as an Assistant Prosecutor at the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office in Camden, New Jersey, where she handled adult and juvenile criminal cases from arraignment to sentencing in New Jersey Juvenile and Superior Court. She spent her first year after graduating from Boston University School of Law (2003) as a law clerk for the Honorable Robert G. Millenky in the Superior Court of New Jersey. Ms. Singer participated in Moot Court while she was a student at BU Law. She graduated with an AB in Psychology from Cornell University in 1999.