Anderson Inquiry Continues With Former Asst Prosecutor

Updated 9:00 a.m., Feb. 6: 

Wednesday, the third day of the court of inquiry examining Judge Ken Anderson's role in the wrongful conviction of Michael Morton begins with the testimony of Williamson County Court at Law Judge Doug Arnold. Before becoming a judge, Arnold worked in the Williamson County district attorney's office from 1998 until 2010.

Arnold was deposed by Morton's lawyers in Nov. 2011. He is expected to testify today, as he did in his deposition, about Anderson's strategy in trial to not call an investigating officer. The strategy was to avoid ...

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