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Danielle J K Constant

Superior Court Judge

Pima County Superior Court

Judge Danielle J.K. Constant received her undergraduate degree in History with a minor in English from Dordt University in Iowa in 1999. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arizona College of Law in 2002. She practiced law in Tucson, Arizona, beginning in 2002. She started her career at the Pima County Attorney’s Office as a criminal prosecutor for vehicular, violent, property, narcotics, and misdemeanor crimes. In 2014, she changed to private practice at two different Arizona firms. She practiced primarily in civil defense including government defense, eminent domain, personal injury, medical malpractice, employment, and appellate practice. She has been a member of organizations including the Pima County Bar Association, the Tucson Defense Bar, the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel, and the Arizona Women Lawyer’s Association. She was formerly the co-chair of the Arizona Condemnation Summit for eminent domain practitioners.

Judge Constant was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey to the Pima County Bench in October of 2022, Division 12, and is currently serving on the Family Bench.

She is married and has four (sometimes) wonderful children (ages 6 to 12) and a very lazy dog.