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Dallas County DA Says It’s Still Not OK to Steal

5 days ago by Silas Allen
Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot would like would-be thieves to know that they can't steal anything they like without fear of prosecution. Last week, Creuzot's office announced a series of sweeping reforms, including declining to prosecute most low-level marijuana offenses, cases in which someone is found with trace amounts...
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Former Dallas County Schools Chief Sentenced as Part of Federal Corruption Investigation

13 days ago by Silas Allen
The former head of a now-defunct school bus agency was sentenced Tuesday to six months of home confinement and three years of probation after pleading guilty to a single count of tax evasion. Larry Duncan, former board president of Dallas County Schools, admitted to not paying taxes on nearly a...
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Dallas County DA Will No Longer Prosecute First-Time Marijuana Offenders

11 days ago by Silas Allen
Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot will no longer prosecute misdemeanor marijuana cases for first-time offenders, the district attorney's office announced Thursday. Anyone arrested a second or subsequent time for misdemeanor marijuana possession will be offered entry into a pretrial diversion program that will allow them to keep their criminal...
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Dallas County Flu Season Claims Its Sixth Death

3 months ago by Stephen Young
Dallas County health officials announced late Friday that an 89-year-old Dallas resident is the sixth person in the county to succumb to the flu this month. Dallas County Health and Human Services doesn't release any additional information about virus or infection victims. Each of the six Dallas County deaths this...
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Signs Point to Massive Midterm Turnout in Dallas County

6 months ago by Stephen Young
Dallas County residents kept up the momentum and then some on day two of early voting. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said more than 55,000 registered voters cast ballots at polling places throughout the county Tuesday, eclipsing 53,000-plus who voted the second day of early voting during the 2016 presidential...
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Dallas County Hit With First Flu Deaths of 2018-19 Season

3 months ago by Stephen Young
Two adults are the first Dallas County residents to die from the flu this season, Dallas County Health and Human Services officials announced Wednesday afternoon. The two victims were 59 and 66 years old, according to the county, which does not provide any additional identifying information about those who succumb...

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