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Michael Morton

Michael Morton was born in Texas, grew up in California, and moved back to Texas in high school. While living in Austin, Michael was convicted of murdering his wife—a crime he did not commit. He spent almost twenty-five years in prison before being exonerated through the efforts of the Innocence Project, pro bono lawyer John Raley, and advances in DNA technology. Michael is now remarried and lives on a lake in rural East Texas, relishing and appreciating what others may take for granted.
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An Innocent Man's 25-Year Journey From Prison to Peace

This is Michael Morton's life story about being wrongly convicted for the murder of his wife.

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SEP 30
5:00 PM
in person appearance
LBJ PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY
LBJ Auditorium
Signing followed by a talk.
2313 Red River Street
Austin, TX 78705

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