AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas Governor Greg Abbott has accepted the resignation of embattled District Attorney Yvonne Rosales.
On Monday Rosales agreed to resign by Dec. 14 at 5 p.m., otherwise be removed by Dec. 15.
Rosales will keep her title until her official resignation date.
For now, Salah George Al-Hanna will be handling the day-to-day operations at the District Attorney's office.
By Texas law, D.A. Rosales will continue to be paid until Governor Abbott names a replacement.
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