Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger appealed her 2019 conviction in the murder of Botham Jean. She could be released from prison if the appeal is decided in her favor.

After naming Black victims of police violence during a signing, Allison Jean questions Trump's genuineness.

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Brandt Jean said hugging Amber Guyger, his brother's murderer, provided him with a sense of liberation that was informed by his faith in God.

Judge Tammy Kemp did something may of us have never seen in a courtroom.

While Dallas cops were preparing as if Amber Guyger will be acquitted for killing Botham Jean, Allison Jean, the shooting victim’s mother, said she was “anxious” for the murder trial to begin.

More than five months after Botham Jean was gunned down in his own home, his mother was still in disbelief about the questionable circumstances surrounding the police shooting that took the life of her 26-year-old son in Dallas.

The 26-year-old was fatally shot in his own home.

The 26-year-old was shot and killed by Amber Guyger 15 days ago.

Allison Jean speaks out at a press conference.