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Reasonable Doubt’s former homicide detective Chris Anderson speaks to Crime Obsession’s Traci Stumpf about Amber Guyger, the former Dallas Police officer who shot Botham Jean, her former neighbor, in his own home. Anderson shares his opinion that Guyger could have avoided the tragic event had she followed certain procedures for which she was trained, while explaining some of the intricacies of the subsequent trial, including the concept of the Castle Doctrine. Despite claiming that it was a mistake, that she thought she was in her own apartment, Guyger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Do you think the sentence is just?

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