In Texas, Michael Morton was wrongly convicted for murdering his wife. It was not the potentially exculpatory evidence withheld by prosecutor Ken Anderson that exonerated Morton, but DNA testing instead, which implicated a known killer. Nevertheless, prosecutor, now Judge Anderson found himself in trouble anyway for the miscarriage. NBC's Pete Williams weighs the scales of justice: the innocent Morton served 25 years in prison; the misbehaving Anderson gets ten days in jail.
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