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Can Steven Avery really be released from prison?



Netflix found himself in the real arena with his crimes Making a Killer in the last few years. As with many podcasts with real crimes that are so popular (sometimes disturbing), this show focuses on a particular murder case. In the last two seasons he has been upgraded by Stephen Avery, who brought the unusual case to be released for a murder, and then he was back behind bars for another.

A lot of work went into the first season of the show, including filming for 10 years to make the story in-depth . By the second season he studied more about the consequences of Averi's re-conviction (including his nephew Brendan Dassy). On the basis of the information during the second season, the conversation gets hotter that Avery may have won another prison release.

How can Evry be released from prison again? "Steve Drisin, one of Brendan's lawyers, talks about it, get a legal miracle to reject his sentence.

That makes me wonder why. How is the system designed? Was it created for success? And if so, why should he take a miracle? "Https://t.co/E95isGVw2y

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1; Making a Killer (@MakingAMurderer) 5 November 2018

The idea that a person can be wrongly convicted of rape and murder twice is almost incomprehensible. It is precisely what makes the concept behind this a manifestation from the beginning. It has also helped popularize various social media celebrities for more noise.

But the center of this series is one big question. Is our justice system capable of making big mistakes and condemning someone wrong twice?

Other facts about Steven Avery's story have also become known, especially Avery's former fiancé (Jody Stahovski), saying he was wrongly convicted of Teresa Halbah's murder.

Of course, some may look at this as another situation with Kelon Ann Boone with Ted Bundy.

The popularity of defense lawyer Kathleen Zellner

In the surreal world in which we live, fairy tales often turn those included into celebrities. We made people like Stephen Avery almost like a pop culture anti-hero and a pawn in the study of the shortcomings in our judiciary.

However, the biggest star of Making a killer is rather the lawyer, Kathleen Zellner, who is not afraid to publish the relevant evidence. Before her, Dean Strang and Jerry Butting were removed from the case.

Zellner was a big part of the show's second season and dug much deeper into the evidence to find a possible alternative suspect in the murder of Halbach.

We've never seen a defense lawyer like Zellner. She proves that a woman involved in a murder case means deeper insight and evidential intelligence. [196590017] Introducing a DNA expert to challenge previous evidence

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