Dawn Weier (f/k/a Remington) is an attorney with over 18 years experience practicing in state and federal court. She has lived in the district a majority of her life as she was born and raised in the City of Burton. Dawn has resided in the Davison area for the past 15 years.
She graduated from Bentley Senior High School in 1993 with honors and after high school she attended The University of Michigan-Flint, graduating with honors in 1997.
She earned her law degree from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 2001.
She is admitted to practice in all Michigan courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan and the United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Dawn has both civil and criminal law experience and is well-versed as a trial lawyer. She has argued numerous cases in the Michigan Court of Appeals and has a great deal of experience handling cases in District Court.
She is running for 67th District Court Judge in Burton. If elected, she will bring experience, fairness and integrity to the bench.
The following organizations endorse Dawn Weier.
“The residents of Michigan need strong leadership and progressive change which can be delivered by a capable person such as you. With consideration to your years of experience, we feel you will continue to demonstrate the integrity & resolve to address the many challenges that which affects Michigan citizens.
We at Iron Workers Local 25 believe you are an advocate for the working men and women in Michigan. Our local union shall champion you in any way that we possibly can in the upcoming election.”
Michael Lynch, President
Genesee, Lapeer & Shiawassee Building Trades
Gregory Remington, Business Manager
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 948
The following individuals endorse Dawn Weier.
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