Drama Erupts as Anderson Court of Inquiry Nears Its End

A day punctuated by histrionics and anguish in the courtroom was capped off Thursday with at times confounding testimony from Judge Ken Anderson's protege, co-author and friend, former Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley. The ex-prosecutor backed away from previous damning statements he made about his former boss's role in Michael Morton's wrongful conviction, and on the stand said Anderson had not violated a judge's order to turn over evidence in the 1987 trial.

"Mr. Anderson had very high ethical standards," Bradley said. "The decisions I saw him make were always highly ethical."

Anderson, the former ...

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