GATESVILLE — The Coryell County Commissioners Court earlier this week agreed to adjust the district attorney’s budget to help clear a backlog of district cases’ including about 20 in the 10th Circuit Court of Criminal Appeals.
District Attorney Dusty Boyd requested the $35,000 adjustment so he could contract with a special prosecutor to help clear cases in which Boyd or his new assistant district attorney, Scott Stevens, had conflicts of interest.
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