Dallas County District Attorney’s AIM program allows second chance for inmates

By FOX4News.com Staff

The Dallas County District Attorney’s AIM program provides a second chance for young inmates.

The AIM program, which stands for “Achieve Inspire Motivate”, gives young offenders the chance to complete certain classes. It targets young people who are in prison for non-violent offenses. After graduating from AIM, the participant’s case will be dismissed and immediately expunged. Read More

Judge Brandon Birmingham and Toby Shook to present special program at the Sixth Floor Museum, The Assassin’s Assassin: A Case Study of the Jack Ruby Trial

Judge Brandon Birmingham and Toby Shook to present special program at the Sixth Floor Museum, The Assassin’s Assassin: A Case Study of the Jack Ruby Trial

DALLAS, TX – July 10, 2017: America watched as Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy, was shot point-blank by Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963, at the Dallas Police headquarters as he was being transferred to the Dallas County Jail. This was the first murder broadcast live on American television. In the emotional aftermath of the Kennedy assassination, Ruby’s case was rushed to trial. Held just months later, Ruby’s trial was hailed by news media as “the trial of the century.”

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