In Deposition, Morton Prosecutor Can't Recall Details

Judge Ken Anderson, the former prosecutor who saw to the wrongful conviction of Michael Morton, said during a marathon deposition that he remembered few of the details from the 25-year-old case and that he believes he did not violate a judge's order to turn over evidence pointing to Morton's innocence.

Anderson, who is now a state district judge, was Williamson County's district attorney in 1987, when Morton was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife, Christine Morton. Last month, Morton was released from prison after DNA evidence on a bandana found near the ...

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