Nation | NewsOne Staff
U. Reneé Hall -- the first Black woman to be chief of police in Dallas -- is set to step down from her position in November.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall doubled down on her decision to file a felony charge against a Black woman seen on video being brutally beaten by a racist white man.
Dallas police chief gave a lame explanation for why she failed to alert the district attorney about filing a felony charge against L’Daijohnique Lee.
Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot said he was clueless about the police department filing felony charges against L’Daijohnique Lee.
An attorney says Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall "doesn't make any sense legally."
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