Police say he abducted a woman from New York, eight years after the disappearance of Corrie Anderson,
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New York State is poised to become the first state in the nation to create a public commission specifically designed to investigate complaints of misconduct by prosecutors. It is essential to the integrity of the justice system and the public's confidence that the system functions fairly and accurately.
It was a long time coming, but finally America has reached a milestone in the area of criminal justice. In Texas, a former D.A. has made history by becoming the first prosecutor in U.S. to suffer criminal punishment for failing to turn over exculpatory evidence.
The Houston Cinema Arts Festival screened An Unreal Dream, the story about Michael Morton, who was wrongly convicted of his wife's murder in 1986 and then trapped in the Texas prison system for 25 years.
Today in Texas, former prosecutor and judge Ken Anderson pled guilty to intentionally failing to disclose evidence in a case that sent an innocent man, Michael Morton, to prison for the murder of his wife.
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Arrogant, defiant, and dishonest, Anderson's alleged misconduct in Morton's trial, and his present attempt to justify his deceit of court, jury, and defense counsel, typifies the worst in prosecutors.
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