First Black Dallas D.A. Seeks Mercy, Jobs for Criminals

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Faith Johnson, the new Dallas County district attorney and her first assistant view the people who go through the criminal court system as "lost souls or monsters." Johnson says her job doesn't always call for toughness; sometimes justice requires mercy, reports the Dallas Morning News. "We're compassionate where compassion is needed. We're merciful when mercy is . . .

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