Thursday, July 19, 2012

Michael Morton: DNA exonerations. "Grits for Breakfast" provides links to excellent Texas Tribune series on prosecutorial misconduct;

STORY: "Texas Tribune seeking solutions for prosecutorial error," published by "Grits for Breakfast" on July 11, 2012.

GIST: "The Texas Tribune has completed its series on wrongful convictions, their causes, and available remedies, with a special focus on issues surrounding prosecutorial error and misconduct: Here's their roundup of links to their various stories - "Seeking Solutions" is a 12 minute video summarizing the key issues, focusing mainly on Michael Morton's exoneration:

The entire post can be found at:


I am monitoring this case. Keep your eye on the Charles Smith Blog for reports on developments.

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Harold Levy: Publisher; The Charles Smith Blog.