Nathan L. Boob, Esq.
Nathan Boob is the Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor for the Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Association. Nate brings to the Association over twenty years of trial experience, handling the gambit of criminal prosecutions from summary offenses to homicides in over 25 counties across the Commonwealth.
Nate began his career in the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office while attending the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University. After working in the drug prosecutions section both as a certified legal intern and as a Deputy District Attorney, he moved to the Centre County District Attorney’s Office where he prosecuted all types of cases including D.U.I., homicide by vehicle, murder, all serious felonies and high-profile cases from investigation through appeal. He returned to Cumberland County where he became Chief of Trials. Nate has also had two appointments as a Special Prosecutor for the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, prosecuting a wide variety of crimes across the Commonwealth. He most recently served as a Chief Deputy District Attorney in Franklin County.
During his time as a prosecutor, Nate has conducted a multitude of trainings for the Pennsylvania State Police, local police departments and the Pennsylvania State University.