Del Prado worked in the Bexar County District Attorney’s office, then opened a criminal law practice. A graduated of St. Mary’s University School of Law, she returned to the district attorney’s office in 2019 and now serves as the chief of the Public Integrity and Cyber Crime division.
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Why should voters choose you?
I will bring years of legal experience and an unrivaled work ethic to this court. As judge, I will put an emphasis on judicial efficiency and restorative justice so that certain offenders are given the chance to pay the price for their actions in a way that benefits them and the community at large.
What do you see as the top challenge facing our local court system, and how should it be addressed?
Presently, there are insufficient numbers of prosecutors, public defenders and courts to adequately address criminal matters in Bexar County. More resources are needed to ensure that the wheels of justice move equitably and expeditiously.