Thank you for visiting my website and your interest in my campaign for Judge of the 10th Subcircuit.

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After 19 years in public and private practice, I'm running for judge to demonstrate integrity and fairness on the bench. As a past veteran prosecutor for 13 years, I tried hundreds of cases ranging from property offenses to the most violent felonies where I fought for victims of crimes in our community. Now, in private practice since 2010, I have gained extensive experience on a vast variety of civil and criminal matters and have represented individuals, facing a diversity of legal challenges.


I have always dedicated my work to the values of fairness, integrity, and hard work handed down to me by my parents and cultivated throughout my extensive legal career. These core values and diverse legal experiences have helped me achieve a balanced perspective on the law, which is critical to effectively performing the duties of judge.


I am proud to be have been found "Highly Qualified," "Recommended," or "Qualified" by many bar associations. I also enjoy the unqualified support of the people who know me best-my colleagues, friends, family, neighbors and clients who have encouraged me to run for Subcircuit Court Judge because they trust me to serve with integrity.


When you vote for judge, I hope you will please consider my 19 years of public and private law practice and the wide range of experience in civil and criminal law that I would bring to the bench. I have argued cases as both a criminal prosecutor and an attorney in private practice; this experience has helped me develop unique insight into both sides of complex legal issues. I believe it is my steady temperament, commitment to fairness and truth, and wide range of experience that make me the best candidate for 10th Subcircuit Judge. I hope to earn your vote in 2016.

See Colleen's recent interview with North Town News Magazine, hosted by Avy Meyers.