Tabitha C. Zimbert



Ms. Zimbert received her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from San Diego State University, and her Juris Doctor degree from Whittier Law School in 2011. She was admitted to the State Bar of California on December 1, 2011.

Bar and Court Admissions

Ms. Zimbert is a member of the State Bar of California. She is admitted to practice law in all California state courts as well as the United States District Court for the Central District of California.

Ms. Zimbert volunteers her time with Wags and Walks, an organization devoted to rescuing dogs and placing them in loving homes.

Tabitha C. Zimbert

Senior Associate

Tabitha Zimbert is a senior associate at Andrues /Podberesky and practices both state and federal criminal defense with a focus on cases involving complex criminal investigations and white-collar crimes.

Before joining the firm, Ms. Zimbert was an associate at Nasatir, Hirsch, Podberesky & Khero, a criminal defense firm comprised of nationally recognized attorneys with an extensive background in the representation of individuals and organizations facing complex state and federal criminal matters. As an associate with Nasatir, Hirsch, Podberesky & Khero, she worked on both state and federal criminal matters as part of the defense team representing clients against charges of mail and wire fraud, tax fraud, healthcare fraud, worker’s compensation fraud, political corruption, drug crimes, sex offenses, and other violent crimes. She is also a graduate of the National Criminal Defense College where she successfully completed an intensive two-week trial practice program for criminal defense lawyers.

While in law school, she served as a law clerk for Nasatir, Hirsch, Podberesky & Khero. Ms. Zimbert is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Criminal Courts Bar Association of Los Angeles, and California Attorneys for Criminal Justice. In addition, she has volunteered her time working with the California Innocence Project, an organization dedicated to freeing those wrongfully convicted and improving the laws and procedures of the justice system.

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