It was likely an innocent action, merely meant to promote Family Violence Awareness Month in Dallas County.
But when an employee of the Dallas Office of the District Attorney posted family violence-related stickers in the restrooms of jury deliberation rooms, it caused a furor among criminal judges and prompted questions about the roles of DA-employed victims advocates.
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