Her continued representation of Trump is a mystery to me.
If the various media reports are correct, Bobb signed a statement to the effect that to the best of her knowledge, all classified material that had been at Mar-a-Lago had been turned over. Based on the evidence made public so far, all classified material had not been turned over.
This leaves two possibilities. The first is that she knew the statement was false. The second is that she really didn't know the material was there and her client was hiding information from her. In theory, I suppose she might claim that she thought Trump had declassified everything and the statement was true to the best of her knowledge, but that seems like an extremely thin reed.
Either way, she is potentially a fact witness in the case and (as I see it based on what is known) she appears to have a potential conflict of interest.
I normally avoid citing Newsweek for legal analysis, but this illustrates the problem:
>>>In light of the department's court filing on Tuesday, Bobb, together with Corcoran, could potentially be forced to testify in front of a grand jury against their own client.<<<
The former news anchor faced FBI agents at Mar-a-Lago on August 8.