“Making a Murderer” subject Steven Avery has been denied a new trial by a Wisconsin judge.
The BBC reported that Judge Angela Sutkiewicz ruled that Avery had failed “to establish any grounds.. The Wrap
An attorney for a Wisconsin man convicted of homicide in a case featured on the Netflix series "Making A Murderer" is again asking a judge to reconsider a prior ruling rejecting a request for a new.. Source: NBC 26 Wisconsin -
The case of Steven Avery is once again heating up. Avery's conviction for murdering Teresa Halbach with his nephew Brendan Dassey in 2005 was the subject of the Netflix documentary Making A Murderer. A.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Steven Avery's attorney, Kathleen Zellner, has filed a motion to vacate an order denying Avery a new trial because additional testing has not been done on evidence involved in her request for a new.. Source: NBC 26 Wisconsin -
The man at the centre of the popular Netflix series, Making a Murderer was denied a re-trial by a Wisconsin judge on Tuesday.
Steven Avery was sentenced for life in prison along with his nephew.. Source: euronews (in English) -
The subject of Netflix series "Making a Murderer" was denied a request for a new trial Tuesday Steven Avery was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of first-degree intentional homicide of.. Source: NYDN Wibbitz -
As lawyers featured in Making a Murderer are set to argue that Brendan Dassey was wrongfully convicted, we look at those who have lost years behind bars after being found guilty of rapes, murders and.. Daily Record
*By The Canadian Press*
MADISON, Wis. — A federal appeals court has refused to immediately release a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" while the state fights the.. CJME
There's been a big win for Brendan Dassey, one of the central character's in the true crime documentary series 'Making a Murderer.' A federal appeals court panel has ordered Wisconsin to retry the.. USATODAY.com
The confession of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series Making a Murderer was improperly obtained and he should be retried or released from prison, a three-judge U.S. federal appeals panel.. CBC.ca