Executive Management

Elena D'Agustino

Elena D'Agustino, Solano County Public Defender,  became Solano County's Public Defender, September 22, 2019. Ms. D'Agustino has been a Solano County Deputy Public Defender since 1998. She was promoted to Chief Deputy Public Defender, October 3, 2010, and then to Interim Public Defender, February 24, 2019.  During Ms. D'Agustino's tenure, she has supervised both felony and misdemeanor attorneys and represented clients in dozens of jury trials for all types of crimes.  Ms. D'Agustino obtained her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law in New York.  As a law student, she interned with the Legal Aid Society, Criminal Defense Division, in Manhattan.  Ms. D'Agustino received her B.S. in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Oscar Bobrow

Oscar Bobrow, Chief Deputy Public Defender in the Vallejo Office, was a former Contra Costa County Deputy Public Defender for 25 years.  Mr. Bobrow received his JD from American University in Washington D.C. and his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of California at Santa Barbara.  While a deputy Public Defender in Contra Costa County Mr. Bobrow was primarily assigned to the felony trial division handling cases from the Richmond Branch office including capital cases. Mr. Bobrow has tried to a jury over 100 felonies and was the lead attorney in several challenges to Contra Costa County’s felony jury venire system, establishing in court proceedings that a historical pattern of under representation of African American citizens were, and are, excluded from the jury venires in that county. For the last six years Mr. Bobrow has also been member of the California Public Defender’s Association Board of Governors and has served as a member of the California JNE Commission.

Felicia Carrington

Felicia Carrington, Chief Deputy Public Defender in the Fairfield Office began her career as a Deputy Public Defender in the Solano County Public Defender’s Office in 2007.  During her tenure at the Solano County Public Defender’s Office, she has tried over 70 jury trials and handled two Capital cases.  Ms. Carrington received her JD from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, California.  She is an active member in the Solano County community.  She created and led an expungement clinic, participated as a panelist on several forums addressing the use of excessive force by law enforcement, a former member of the Vallejo Police reform committee and she has participated as a mentor in the Jesse Bethel High School Law Academy program.