From the Texas Tribune:
A judge issued an arrest warrant for former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson on Friday, after finding probable cause to believe Anderson withheld critical evidence in Michael Morton’s 1987 murder trial.
Judge Louis Sturns concluded his court of inquiry by charging Anderson, who is now a state district judge, with tampering with government records (a misdemeanor), tampering with physical evidence (a felony) and failing to comply with a judge’s order to turn over such evidence, for which he could be held in “contempt of court.”…
Rusty Hardin, the special prosecutor in the court of inquiry, told reporters that Anderson would turn himself in at the Williamson County Jail on Friday afternoon, and that he would have to pay a $2,500 bond for each of three separate counts.
Read the article here: http://www.texastribune.org/2013/04/19/judge-rules-anderson-court-inquiry/