As the bailiff was about to open the back door to the Dallas County Criminal District Court No. 7 courtroom and escort in 12 jurors, prosecutor Andy Beach took a deep breath, held it and exhaled.

On June 27 he was presenting a capital murder case — a case that, by Beach’s own estimation, would be difficult for the state of Texas to prove.

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