A decision by two special prosecutors not to file criminal charges against former Attorney General Paul Morrison may not end his legal problems. That's because Morrison himself asked the official who oversees ethics investigations of attorneys to review Morrison's conduct during an extramarital affair that forced him from office.
Also, Morrison's former mistress, Linda Carter, filed a sexual discrimination complaint in November 2007 with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. No public announcement has been made about either case, and officials with the agencies involved declined to comment Wednesday.
Carter had worked in the Johnson County district attorney's office
for Morrison, before he became attorney general.