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The Dallas Black Criminal Bar Association (DBCBA) is the leading minority bar association that advocates for criminal justice reform and supports professional development within the legal community.
DBCBA is committed to representing the interests of minority citizens through legal advocacy in support of underserved communities.
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An attorney who is admitted to practice and is in good standing, and has been practicing for more than 5 years.
An attorney who is admitted to practice and is in good standing, and has been practicing for less than 5 years.
Any attorney that is a public defender and is not practicing in a private practice and is in good standing.