The United States Supreme Court decided not to review the murder conviction of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger.
The state's highest criminal court rejected Amber Guyger's latest attempt to have her murder conviction thrown out.
A Texas appeals court again upheld the murder conviction of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, who was sentenced to prison for fatally shooting her neighbor, Botham Jean, in his home.
To mark three years since Botham Jean died, a documentary will be screened Monday night at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.
If it becomes law it would make it a crime for police officers to turn off dash or body cameras during an investigation.
A portion of the Botham Jean Act, or Bo’s Law, is designed to clarify the castle doctrine.
A street in Dallas has been renamed in honor of Botham Jean.
A date has been set to rename four miles of Lamar Street to Botham Jean Boulevard in honor of the man killed by an off-duty officer inside his own home.
Former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger will get a chance to overturn her murder conviction next month.
The renamed portion of the street will include his former apartment building and the Dallas Police Department headquarters.
A federal judge reversed a lower court ruling that released the city of Dallas from potential liability in Botham Jean's death.
Tuesday would have been Jean's 29th birthday.
A North Texas state representative is proposing what would be called Bo's Law.
Sunday marked two years since Botham Jean was shot and killed in his own apartment by a Dallas police officer, and a day of service and vigil was held to remember him and honor his legacy.
On the two-year anniversary of the death of Botham Jean, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson announced that September 29, 2020, will be #BeLikeBo Day to honor Jean.
Sunday marks two years since Botham Jean was shot and killed in his own apartment by a Dallas police officer.
The effort to rename part of Lamar Street after Botham Jean has been put on hold for at least two weeks.
The family of Botham Jean is now suing the apartment complex where he lived because of the faulty door locks and confusing layout.
The president of the Dallas Police Association was cleared by a grand jury for his actions the night of Botham Jean's murder.
There is a push to rename part of a Downtown Dallas street in honor of a man killed by a former police officer.