Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building.
Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building. Dallas Morning News video screengrab
Former Dallas County assistant district attorney speaks Tuesday from the steps of Dallas’ Frank Crowley Courts Building. Dallas Morning News video screengrab

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