The case against Michael Morton, wrongfully convicted of the 1986 murder of his wife, Christine, has been dropped, but the men who prosecuted him may now be facing their own legal troubles. The Texas Coalition on Lawyer Accountability has filed grievances against former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson, his former assistant Mike Davis and current DA John Bradley. The group alleges that the three are guilty of misconduct and violated state law by withholding evidence in Morton’s 1986 murder trial. Morton’s attorneys successfully had his DNA tested in October, which led to his exoneration. Now his attorneys have accused the DA’s office of withholding critical information from the defense team at the time of the trial that could have led to Morton being cleared of the crime and prevented another woman from becoming a victim of the man who has now been accused of Morton’s wife’s murder.