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Michael Morton

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Michael Morton

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Michael Morton's journey to forgiveness

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Michael Morton reacts to exoneration

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Michael Morton Interview - Part I

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Ken Anderson on Michael Morton Conviction

Michael Morton is an American who was wrongfully convicted in 1987 in a Williamson County, Texas court of the 1986 murder of his wife Christine Morton. He spent nearly 25 years in prison before he was exonerated by DNA evidence which supported his claim of innocence and pointed to the crime being committed by another individual. Morton was released from prison on October 4, 2011; the prosecutor was convicted of contempt of court for withholding evidence after the judge had ordered its release to the defense.
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    • Personal 

    • Conviction, DNA testing and acquittal 

    • Conviction of prosecutor Ken Anderson 

    • The Michael Morton Act 

    • Later life 

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