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Gatesville: DA creates panel to help bridge racial divide

Coryell County’s district attorney has created an advisory panel to help review cases involving minority defendants. (Photo by Eric Franklin)
Coryell County’s district attorney has created an advisory panel to help review cases involving minority defendants. (Photo by Eric Franklin)(KWTX)
Published: Jun. 19, 2020 at 7:25 PM CDT
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GATESVILLE, Texas (KWTX) – Coryell County District Attorney Dusty Boyd has launched a Minority Advisory Panel Support or MAPS program to help bridge racial divides.

The five-member panel will meet with prosecutors on the third Friday of the month starting on July 24 to participate in a review of cases involving minority defendants.

The new program was discussed at a meeting Friday in Gatesville.

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