Bolton was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She has been blessed to learn from and work with the attorneys of WARREN*HEALY initially as a law student and now as an attorney.
Bolton was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in November 2016. She received a Juris Doctorate in 2016 from Texas A&M University School of Law. While at Texas A&M Law, Bolton prioritized gaining criminal jury trial experience by participating in multiple prosecutorial internships in several District and County Attorney’s Offices including Dallas County (where Josh Healy was her supervisor and mentor), Tarrant County, Collin County, Parker County, Hood County, and the Arlington City Attorney’s Office. These internships allowed Bolton to work on criminal cases ranging from class C misdemeanors to first degree felonies. In addition, Bolton served as both the treasurer and secretary for the Texas A&M Law Fellowship, a nonprofit organization encouraging student participation in legal public service. She also served as the treasurer for the Texas A&M Criminal Law Society, a student run organization providing networking opportunities for law students with criminal attorneys and judges.
In 2013, Bolton received a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Southern Methodist University where she was also a member of the Division I women’s swim team. In her leisure time, Bolton enjoys exploring the City of Dallas with her husband and their Shetland sheepdog named Biggie.