Episode: “Making a Murderer” with Jerry Buting : Jerry talks to us about why he believes Steven Avery is innocent, the Brendan Dassey confession and the covering up exculpatory evidence in a case he handled where a wrongly convicted man spent 29 years in jail


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“Making a Murderer” with Jerry Buting : Jerry talks to us about why he believes Steven Avery is innocent, the Brendan Dassey confession and the covering up exculpatory evidence in a case he handled where a wrongly convicted man spent 29 years in jail

Jerry Buting gained worldwide fame after “Making a Murderer” was released on Netflix.  He, along with Dean Strang, represented Steven Avery, who was charged and convicted of the murder of Teresa Halbach.  The series revealed some very questionable police work and exposed dangerous deficiencies in the American justice system.  Jerry talks about his goal of making the system work better and the cases he has worked on, including the Avery murder trial.



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