Monique Ward is a native of Dallas, Texas. She attended and graduated with honors from Dillard University in New Orleans, LA with a degree in Sociology & Criminal Justice. She also attended and graduated with honors from Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas.
Monique began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office. During her tenure at the District Attorney’s Office, she handled legal issues from the misdemeanor to the felony level and formed relationship with numerous judges, prosecutors, and officers from various police agencies. As a result of her hard-work, dedication, and superior legal ability, Monique rose through the ranks to become a Felony Chief Prosecutor, who handling cases such as, Aggravated Robbery, Sexual Assault, Murder and Capital Murder. She also participated in cases that were debuted on the television program, “The First 48”. Monique gained invaluable legal knowledge and experience, giving her a unique ability to handle complex legal issues and to be a zealous advocate for justice.
Monique has contributed to the knowledge of others in the legal field by serving as an Adjunct Professor at both Westwood College and ITT Technical Institute in their respective paralegal programs. Monique participates in various legal organizations.
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