Dallas County District Clerk Felicia Pitre
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Over 200,000 cases of invasive breast cancer are diagnosed in the United States every year. Up to 40,000 die of the disease annually. Although the incidence of breast cancer among African-American women is lower than other groups, African-American women are significantly more likely to die from the disease. That’s why the work of the Sisters Network is so important in raising awareness of breast cancer among African-American women and assisting those impacted by the disease with information and support. I hope you will take a moment to visit the Sisters Network website and learn more about their Mission and programs.

~ Felicia

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March 2015 eFiling Update:

The Supreme Court has ordered new standards for the composition and transmission of electronically filed pleadings after fielding comments from the filing community. Please take a moment to review the changes and visit our FAQs for helpful tips on eFiling to the Dallas County District Courts.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the District Clerk is to provide the judicial system and the public with information and support in the most technologically advanced method possible by:

  • Fulfilling our statutory duties as record custodian and fee officer to the best of our abilities
  • Fostering an environment for our employees that encourages the development of new ideas and the willingness to improve productivity
  • Implementing our goals and objectives with a team-based approach to decision-making throughout the organization
  • Striving to be a leader and example to other county and state agencies