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GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) -
Attorneys representing a former Texas district attorney accused of prosecutorial misconduct in a wrongful murder conviction are trying to raise doubts about what occurred during the original trial.
Testifying Thursday is Bill Allison, a defense lawyer for Michael Morton.
Morton served nearly 25 years in prison for his wife's slaying -- but was freed on DNA evidence in 2011.
Ken Anderson was the case's prosecutor but is now a judge. Morton's attorneys allege he withheld evidence indicating their client's innocence.
Anderson is now facing a court of inquiry on the matter. Allison detailed not receiving police case notes and other information at trial.
But Anderson's attorneys questioned whether he might have sought that evidence only after the fact.
Allison wavered. He eventually said: "You can't remember that which didn't happen."