Amber Guyger

The former police officer who illegally entered the home of a Black man before shooting him to death in Dallas last year appeared in court as part of a formality before her murder trial was set to begin next month.

Judge Tammy Kemp, who is presiding over Amber Guyger's murder trial for killing Botham Jean, suggested a fair jury can be selected in Dallas despite heavy publicity.

Amber Guyger gunned down Botham Jean in his own home.

News outlets around Dallas have been steadily asking whether defendant Amber Guyger, a white woman, can get a fair trial for what has been described as the execution of Botham Shem Jean.

Lawyers for Amber Guyger, who shot and killed Botham Jean in his own home last year, have filed a motion to move the murder trial out of Dallas.

Amber Guyger's aunt wants people to believe that her niece didn’t see color or race when she shot and killed Botham Jean in his own home last year, according to an op-ed she wrote.

Judge Tammy Kemp recently slammed the attorneys for leaking the 911 call.

Allison Jean believes the 911 call was leaked to gain sympathy for Amber Guyger.

Chris Krok of WBAP radio in Texas is spitting hateful and defamatory language about Botham Jean's mother.

The 911 call made by an off duty Dallas police officer who shot and killed a man in his own home last year has been published by a local news station.

At least nine people who were arrested by Amber Guyger have had their cases dismissed before the start of her murder trial for killing Botham Jean in his own home in Dallas.

Amber Guyger shot and killed Botham Jean on Sept. 6.