Wednesday, December 16, 2015


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A Brighton woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling from her employer, to whom she tearfully whispered an apology as she was led away to a holding cell. A Birmingham criminal lawyer provides counsel and strategic advice to individuals, corporations, and other entities facing criminal investigations or charges.

The plea deal includes a sentence agreement that will put Brynn Annette Robinson, 35, behind bars for three to 15 years for embezzling more than $100,000 from AArbor Colorants Corp. on Citation Drive in Brighton. The plea deal also calls for Robinson to pay $200,000 in restitution.

Sentencing is Jan. 7 in Judge Michael P. Hatty’s courtroom.

In entering the plea, Robinson acknowledged that she used the company’s credit cards between March 2012 and August for her personal use. A Salt Lake City criminal lawyer is following this story closely.

“I’m very sorry,” she whispered to one of the company co-owners, who was sitting in the courtroom.

Robinson entered the plea as a habitual offender. Her criminal history includes a 2003 conviction for embezzling and using a financial transaction device without permission in Washtenaw County and a 2010 attempted filing of a false police report in Shiawassee County. A Hartford employment lawyer is reviewing the details of this case.

AArbor Colorants is a privately held company in business since 1987 that is a “customer-driven flushed colors and dry color pigments manufacturer,” according to its website at

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