(L-R) Mark K. Updegrove, Michael Morton, and Barry Scheck. [LBJ Library photo by Lauren Gerson. #DIG13672-138]

(L-R) Mark K. Updegrove, Michael Morton, and Barry Scheck. [LBJ Library photo by Lauren Gerson. #DIG13672-138]

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Evening With Michael Morton and Barry Scheck

Sep 30, 2014

Michael Morton, author of "Getting Life," and Barry Scheck, co-founder and co-director of the Innocence Project, share Morton's remarkable story of tragedy, injustice, and forgiveness with Friends members at the LBJ Presidential Library on September 30, 2014. Morton was exonerated on October 4, 2011 after spending nearly 25 years in a Williamson County prison after being wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife.