Judge Clay Jenkins Appoints Boyd Richie to Truancy Court

Judge Clay Jenkins Appoints Boyd Richie to Truancy Court

[Dallas, TX] – [Boyd Richie fills the vacancy in Dallas County’s Truancy Court system created by the retirement of longtime Judge Charles Stokes. As a Young County Attorney, Richie handled all juvenile and truancy cases and understands the mission of the courts – returning kids to the classroom. The success of the truancy courts has been one of Jenkins’ main priorities during his first term. Richie will contribute to the continued success of that program, Jenkins said, “I am confident Boyd will be the right fit for this position and will be an integral part of our team. Continue reading “Judge Clay Jenkins Appoints Boyd Richie to Truancy Court”

Dallas County Clerk Makes Available to Public, a Landmark 16 Million Public Records Dating Back to 1846

Dallas County Clerk Makes Available to Public,
a Landmark 16 Million Public Records Dating Back to 1846

[Dallas, TX] – [Today the Dallas County Clerk’s office reached an historical milestone with the launch of our historical records. As of 8:00am today all of Dallas County’s official public records from 1846 to current have been made available to the public. Dallas County Clerk, John Warren’s initiative to create a virtual office has moved closer to becoming a reality with the launch of his newly revised website ROAM (Rapid Online Access Method) that now allows the public to access and purchase copies of property records without the need to come to the courthouse. The significance of this milestone is that by leveraging e-Commerce technology, there is now an ease to access of information without the need to drive, pay for parking or waiting in lines to pay for copies of property records. It also removes the restriction of the normal 8:00-4:30 business hours.]

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Dallas County Jail Medical Modification Project: Wall Smashing Ceremony

By Maria Arita, PIO, DC
Thursday, October 11, 2012

Dallas County, Texas – The Dallas County Sheriff‟s Department and Sheriff Lupe Valdez, in conjunction with Dallas County Commissioners Court and Parkland Hospital, proudly broke concrete blocks and placed their signatures and messages on the Azteca + Russell + Turner (ART) banner at a groundbreaking today, of a one-of-a-kind medical health care facility set to begin construction this month at the jail’s North Tower.

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