A new trailer for "Making a Murderer" Part 2 follows the legal team of Steven Avery, as an expert on overturning wrongful convictions considers his case.
The experiments were recorded in videos obtained by Newsweek and are among multiple tests Kathleen Zellner oversaw to demonstrate contradictions in the case prosecutors made against Avery.
A never-before-seen video shows that evidence against Steven Avery of "Making a Murderer" fame was planted or fabricated, defense attorney Kathleen Zellner tells Newsweek.
A Wisconsin judge previously overruled the conviction because Dassey had been coerced into confessing.
Evidence against Avery's nephew Bobby Dassey is mounting.
Federal judge rules that the then-teen was coerced into a murder confession, as shown on the popular Netflix series.
It isn't just corrupt cops who failed the Averys, but every judge, juror, court official and citizen of Manitowoc County.
Whether you believe Steven Avery is guilty of the murder of Teresa Halbach, we've complied six books for your "Making a Murderer" obsession.
"Steve gave me a bear hug, and I said, 'Steve, I am so sorry.' He said, 'It’s OK, Penny. It’s over.'"
More than 100,000 people have signed an online petition asking the Obama administration to pardon Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey.
All proceeds will go to the Innocence Project.