BELTON — Jill McAfee gets to know victims on a personal level when they are comfortable enough to open up about their pain. Since her job requires her to sometimes sit through graphic trials, McAfee reminds herself what she’s been doing for nearly 30 years is a calling.
“There’s no way you could do this for 29 years without being where you’re supposed to be,” said McAfee, a victims and witness coordinator for the Bell County District Attorney’s office. “Anytime I get to a point where I think, ‘That’s it, I can’t take any more ugly, I can’t take any more pain,’ God gives me grace.”
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