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Casey Davis, Republican for Collin County Criminal District Attorney
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If elected your District Attorney of Collin County, I will be a transparent, hard-working, passionate, compassionate, accountable, and effective leader. You will see these traits demonstrated in every division of the office and through each prosecutor in the office. I am committed to fiscal conservatism, wise spending, efficiency in prosecution, justice, victims, sophisticated technology and orderly operations to ensure we are equipped to handle our increasing shift to an urban county. We need every single one of our county tax dollars spent effectively. I am committed to working with all agencies and offices in this community to make sure that no taxpayer’s money is being spent unnecessarily or being wasted on a poorly run criminal justice system. We need a well-oiled system, free of the political chaos that has so rapidly taken over our County in the past 8 years. We are a progressive county, and it is time for progressive leadership. I respectfully request your vote to be the first female District Attorney of Collin County. — Casey Davis
A Time for Change in Collin County

Collin County's Shift from Rural to Urban

I think it is important that you know your elected officials as intimately as possible. An elected official is a person that, if doing the job properly, can positively affect your life. The Collin County District Attorney is an especially unique elected position...

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Modern Prosecution

The job of a District Attorney comes with awesome responsibility and one that requires extreme skill as a trial lawyer, manager, leader, trainer, negotiator and organizer. The Collin County District Attorney’s Office needs a leader who will assess what the key problem areas...

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Spending Time and Resources Wisely

District Attorney Greg Willis had been in office for over 5 years before he set up a Domestic Violence Division. This Domestic Violence Division he established did not have a chief, rather a prosecutor who appeared to be in charge. The unit was completely ineffective, without structure, order or goals...

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The Pre Trial Diversion Program

The Pre-Trial Diversion Program was instituted for felony less than 1 year ago, almost 6 years after Greg Willis became the Collin County District Attorney. Prior to the institution of this program Collin County had virtually no helpful resolutions for first-time felony offenders...

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We Need a Fully Functioning 429th Judicial District Court

Greg Willis is married to the Honorable Judge Jill Willis, judge of the 429th Judicial District Court. Because of the conflict of interest created if her husband’s office is prosecuting a case in her court, Collin County cannot even utilize this court for criminal cases...

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