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by Dr. Artemesia Stanberry
Texas Bar Association Sues Prosecutor and Why We Should Care
What a headline. It is a welcomed headline for those of us fighting wrongful convictions. Michael Morton spent 25 years in prison for crimes he did not commit. Before Morton was convicted, then Williamson County, Texas District Attorney Ken Anderson apparently had evidence that could prove Morton’s innocence before his trial, but did not reveal the evidence to his attorney, nor to the jury. For twenty-five long years, Morton lived in a prison, deprived of his freedom, his family, and his finances, while Ken Anderson went on to become a judge, basking in the number of convictions that secure promotions in the convict at all cost culture that exists in far too many district attorney offices.