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Dallas County, Texas is the ninth most populated county in the nation, with about 2.4 million residents. Dallas serves as the county seat, and is the biggest city in the county as well. Dallas County was named for George Mifflin Dallas, who served as the eleventh U.S. vice president.

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If you are involved in a legal battle in Dallas County, there are many Dallas County lawyers who are ready to represent you. These lawyers are well experienced in many areas of law including taxation, bankruptcy, corporate, intellectual property, personal injury, criminal defense, products liability, and more.

The Dallas County criminal justice system is notable in that it currently leads the nation in wrongful convictions that were later overturned. One reason for the high number of exonerations is that the Dallas police department keeps biological evidence for a longer period of time than most other departments; this practice allows crime labs to test DNA evidence from old cases.

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