Casey
Casey Davis, Republican for Collin County Criminal District Attorney
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My Resume

Education
  • Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Juris Doctor – Dec 2003
  • University of North Texas, Bachelor of Science, Education – Dec 1996
  • Plano Senior High, Park and Independence – May 1992
  • Shepton High School – May 1990
Licenses
  • Admitted to the Texas Bar – May 2004
  • Texas Teaching Certificate – November 1997
Legal Work Experience

Casey Davis Law, Criminal Defense Firm – Criminal Defense Attorney (Feb 2009 to Present)

  • Focus of practice is on Collin County residents (juveniles and adults) charged with crimes in Collin County, majority of caseload being assault family violence, assault, aggravated assault, assault impeding airway/circulation, and interference with 911.

  • Additional casework includes: Felony Murder, Aggravated Assault on Public Servant, DWI, Drugs, Theft, Possession of Marijuana, Criminal Trespass, Evading, Robbery, Engaging Aggravated Robbery, Indecency with Child, Injury to Child, Burglary of Habitation

  • Grand Jury Packet submissions, Expunctions, Non-Disclosures

  • Motions to Suppress, Motion for Speedy Trial, Bond Hearings, Pleas to the Court, Bench Trials, Plea Negotiations, Pre Trial Motions and Hearings, Jail Pleas, Docket Settings, Inmate visits

  • Collin County Court appointments for Misdemeanors and Felonies (SJF, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Degree) (ceased accepting court appointments in February 2017, due to growth or private practice)

Easley & Marquis, PLLC – Family Law Trial Attorney (Mar 2008 to Feb 2009)

  • Managed high conflict family law cases that necessitated regular motions, hearings and trials, moved between the various courts almost daily, managed billable hours and high volume case load

Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office – Assistant District Attorney (Sept 2004 to Mar 2008)

  • Assigned to Misdemeanor and Felony Courts, Grand Jury Division, Family Violence Division

  • Presented over 900 cases to the Grand Jury, negotiated and facilitated pre-indictment pleas

  • Represented the State of Texas in Felony and Misdemeanor Jury Trials, Motions to Suppress, Bond Hearings, Defense Motions, Defense Pleas to the Court, Plea Negotiations, Pre Trial Hearings, and Pro Se Dockets

  • Utilized Electronic Case Filing System (ECFS) to provide discovery to defense upon indictment and plead cases at first court setting where appropriate

Denton County District Attorney’s Office – Assistant District Attorney / CAC Intern Jun 2003 to Sept 2004
  • Conducted intake on new files, contacted victims and witnesses, requested criminal history reports, summarized rap sheets

  • Ordered physical evidence from police, psychologists, hospitals, CPS and CAC, and issued necessary subpoenas

  • Prepared trial notebooks, victim and restitution letters, pre-trial motions, and outcry motions

  • July 2004, transferred to a Misdemeanor Assistant District Attorney position with all relative duties

Additional Law School Internships
  • Fort Worth Independent School District, School Law, Spring Semester 2003

  • Easley & Marquis, P.L.L.C., Family Law, Collaborative and Contested, Jan 2001 to Oct 2002