Jana Duty: The TT Interview

Jana Duty is taking on a giant figure in Texas politics: Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley.

The Williamson County attorney since 2005, Duty sat down with the Tribune in her Georgetown home on Tuesday, just before publicly announcing she would run against Bradley in the Republican primary. She talked about how the Michael Morton case inspired her to seek higher office and her concerns that, despite Bradley professing that the now-famous innocence case has changed his outlook, policies in the office could still allow for wrongful convictions.

Morton was convicted in 1987 of murdering his wife, but DNA tests ...

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