The civil trial for former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson has been reset to Nov. 8, providing time for an agreement to be reached that would resolve charges that Anderson engaged in criminal and ethical violations in the 1987 prosecution of Michael Morton.
The trial — based on a State Bar of Texas lawsuit accusing Anderson of professional misconduct for hiding favorable evidence from Morton’s trial lawyers — was to begin Monday and had been expected to last about a week.
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