First Black Woman District Attorney Chosen for Dallas

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Faith Johnson. Photo from Faith Johnson & Associates LLP.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appointed a new Dallas County district attorney who says she sees herself as a "servant leader" who wants the public to believe in the prosecutors at the DA's office. Faith Johnson, a Republican former judge who is the first black woman to be Dallas' chief prosecutor, said she will be working for all people regardless of where they live in the county or their race, Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!