A former Navarro County prosecutor is facing a disciplinary action from the State Bar of Texas for allegedly not releasing evidence favorable to the defense during the 1992 capital murder trial of Cameron Todd Willingham. Willingham was executed in 2004.
John H. Jackson is the latest former Texas prosecutor to face disciplinary troubles for his conduct during a controversial capital murder trial.
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