Morton Lawyers: Former DAs' Claims "Wholly Deficient"

Updated, Monday 12:58 p.m.: 

Pending possible appeals, the original prosecutors in the Michael Morton case will testify in an investigation into their potential wrongdoing in handling his murder trial. Today, Judge Sid Harle denied their motions challenging the jurisdiction of the court to compel their testimony. 

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Michael Morton's legal team responded today to claims from the exonerated man's original prosecutors that they cannot be forced to testify as part of an investigation into how Morton was wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife in 1986 and sent to prison until his release ...

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