Felony Trial Team - 380th
Bill Dobiyanski, Chief of the 296th, 380th and 401st District Court trial team, is a 1990 graduate of the University of Tulsa School of Law. Mr. Dobiyanski joined the Collin County Criminal District Attorney's Office in 1991 and began his legal career as a misdemeanor prosecutor. Mr. Dobiyanski was promoted to chief of the Intake Section, misdemeanor court chief, and then felony prosecutor, ultimately becoming a felony court chief in 1996 and a felony trial team chief in 2003.
Bill Dobiyanski - Ext.
Lesley Davis graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Political Science. She earned her law degree from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law in 2005. While attending law school, Ms. Davis served indigent clients in the SMU Federal Taxpayers Clinic. Before joining the Collin County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, she worked as a tax attorney in Dallas. Ms. Davis has served the citizens of Collin County and Tarrant County as a prosecutor since May 2006.
Lisa Milasky King earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio in 1985 and her Juris Doctorate from Cleveland State University, John Marshall College of Law, in Cleveland, Ohio in 1988. She was admitted to the State Bar of Ohio in November 1988. Ms. King was employed as a prosecutor in Lorain County, Ohio from 1989 to 1999. She was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in January 2000 and joined the Collin County Criminal District Attorney's Office the following month. She has been a felony prosecutor since 2001, serving in the Crimes Against Children Division, the Felony Trial Division, and the Special Prosecution Unit before joining the Civil Division in 2007.
Dale Dowdy began his law enforcement career in 1997 serving with the Paris Police Department Reserve’s Unit. After attending the Texoma Regional Police Academy in 1998 and graduating as valedictorian and recipient of the Woody Blanton Award, he served with the Denison Police Department until August 2004, when he joined the Collin County Criminal District Attorney’s Office. Investigator Dowdy has worked in the Family Justice and Felony Trial Divisions. Preceding his law enforcement career, he spent more than twenty years in the private retail sector, including twelve years as the owner of various businesses.