Ex Morton Prosecutor Loses Testimony Fight

Updated 11:50 p.m. 10/26/11

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals late today denied a request from former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson to keep him from providing testimony in an investigation of whether his office intentionally hid information that could have prevented the wrongful conviction of Michael Morton.

The justices denied Anderson's motion without a written order.


Updated 1:15 p.m. 10/26/11

Lawyers for Michael Morton, the state's most recent DNA exoneree, urged the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals today to reject pleas from former Williamson County District Attorney ...

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