Steven Avery’s lawyer Kathleen Zellner revealed new updates for the television series Making a Murderer Season 2.
The authorities convicted Avery after killing photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005. But as his lawyer, Zellner hopes that she can set him free this year.
Attorney Zellner has been firm that her client is indeed, innocent. Thus, her aim is to give freedom to the wrongfully convicted individuals, including Avery.
What to expect on the next season?
Series creators Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi confirmed that Making a Murderer Season 2 will show the development of the case. Since the judges already freed Brendan Dassey, Independent reported that there would be a mock trial.
Months ago, the judges overturned the conviction of Dassey due to his learning conditions. He was 16 when the tragic incident happened. He and Avery have convicted a lifetime sentence in prison.
However, he needs to be under supervision until the court solves the case. Some of the terms include: submitting his address to the parole office, not having contact with both the late Ms. Halbach’s family or his co-defendant. Dassey’s lawyer, Steve Drizin wanted him to be out before Thanksgiving day.
“That’s what I’m focused on right now, getting him home, getting him with his family and then helping him to re-integrate back into society while his appeal plays out,” he said, quotes BBC.
Months after his release, the viewers may also find some new evidence which was not in the first season.
Prosecutor Ken Kratz has been open about his sentiments about the case and also admits of writing a book about the case. He told several media outlets that there are pieces of pieces of evidence left out in the first season.
Some of which are the DNA evidence under the hood of the victim’s car. More than that, he said that Avery used a different name upon meeting Ms. Halbach.
The viewers and the armchair detectives must be excited to watch Making a Murderer Season 2. Make sure to check GoshTV regularly for more updates.
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