Welcome to Dominique Collins For Judge!
“From my years in the United States Air Force, to my work at the Dallas County District Attorney’s office, I have remained
committed to doing my job well and giving back to the community. Criminal District Court 4 is an important felony district court that has been one of Dallas County’s
finest courts for many years. I am ready to follow this tradition and serve as your Judge. I ask for your support in the Democratic Primary.” - Dominique Collins
Dominique Collins has served Dallas County as an Assistant District Attorney since 2004. She has extensive experience handling both felony and criminal cases, and she has worked with several specialty divisions within the DA's office, including organized crime, intake/grand jury, public integrity, and the mental health and competency division.
Before becoming an attorney, Collins had an exemplary career in the United States Air Force for more than 10 years, serving as an information and personnel manager. Collins' volunteer work includes service as Secretary and Vice President of the Kessler School PTA, as a law instructor, as a volunteer income tax assistant, as a helpline volunteer, as well as many other community activities.
Collins and her family live in North Oak Cliff. Collins was honored with the Above and Beyond Prosecutor Award in 2008, and she served on the State Bar of Texas Committee on Crime Victims from 2009 to 2011.
Collins received her law degree from St. Mary's University in San Antonio, where she was Associate Editor of "The Scholar" law review and served as a teaching assistant.
Collins has been endorsed by dozens of attorneys and community leaders including Jim Burnham, Ezekiel Tyson, Sean Modjarrad, Barry Sorrels, Brook Busbee and Rev. and Mrs. Zan and Carrie Holmes, Martin Burrell, Frank and Dr. Donnie Breedlove as well as by groups such as the Stonewall Democrats, Hamilton Park IOC and Dallas County Young Democrats.