Ken Anderson Court of Inquiry Set to Begin Sept. 11

Update, July 17, 5:40 p.m.:

Special prosecutor Rusty Hardin said that former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson's court of inquiry, which had been scheduled to begin Sept. 11, has been moved back to Dec. 10.

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The court of inquiry that will investigate allegations of prosecutorial misconduct against the prosecutor who oversaw the wrongful conviction of Michael Morton is set to begin Sept. 11, a lawyer for Morton said Tuesday.

Tarrant County Judge Louis Sturns set the date during a telephone hearing Tuesday between attorneys for Morton and former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson. Cynthia ...

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