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Donna Coleman-Stribling was elected as DeKalb County’s Solicitor-General in 2016.  As the Solicitor- General, she heads an office that is responsible for the prosecution of the more than 12,000 misdemeanor crimes in DeKalb County.


These cases include domestic violence, elder abuse, cruelty to children, vehicular homicide, driving under the influence, harassment and stalking, trespassing and animal cruelty. Under the leadership of Solicitor-General Coleman-Stribling, the office focuses on pursuing justice by being victim-centered and community oriented.   


Programs instituted by her office includes Dancing with the DeKalb Stars, a Domestic Violence Awareness Fundraiser and Resource Expo, #Not In My DeKalb and Stop Teen Dating Violence Public Service Announcement Contest.


Prior to serving as the Solicitor-General, she served as the Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney over the DeKalb County’s District Attorney’s Crimes Against Children Unit.  She was recently appointed to the State Bar of Georgia’s Board of Governors-Stone Mountain Circuit.


Donna is an alumnus of Leadership DeKalb and Leadership Atlanta. She received her undergraduate degree from Xavier University of Louisiana. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Emory University School of Law. 


Solicitor-General Coleman-Stribling has called DeKalb her home for more than 40 years.  She is committed to building a better, safer DeKalb. 


Let's build a better, safer DeKalb County together.

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