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Hardin special prosecution ends in jail for ex-DA

November 8, 2013

Former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson was sentenced to 10 days in jail and 500 hours of community service in November 2013 for hiding evidence to convict the wrong man of murder. As a special prosecutor in a court of inquiry that led to the charges against Anderson, Rusty Hardin showed Anderson withheld key evidence in order to convict innocent man Michael Morton, who wrongly served 25 years in prison.

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