Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

'Making A Murderer' Season 2 Spoilers: Brendan Dassey Finally Free?

'Making A Murderer' Season 2 Spoilers: Brendan Dassey Finally Free?

The agency will appeal the ruling to the full 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals within the next two weeks, has the right to seek review in the U.S. Supreme Court or could retry him, the filing said.

For Johnny Koremenos, a spokesman for Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, there is a need to reverse the erroneous decision recently made by the judges in favor of Dassey.

A Friday afternoon motion with the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals requested his his release.

Dassey was only 16 when he confessed to taking part in the murder of Teresa Halach with his uncle Steven Avery. "If, however, this Court chooses to dissolve the stay, the State respectfully requests that any such order not take effect until the en banc court has the full opportunity to rule on a motion by the State to reinstate the stay pending resolution of this appeal", the state wrote. The three-judge panel said Dassey was coerced into confessing and should be released from prison.

The prison release of "Making a Murderer" subject Brendan Dassey has once again encountered another hitch.

"In rejecting the State's assertion that Brendan confessed voluntarily, the court acknowledged what many parents already recognize: Brendan's youthfulness and intellectual disability make him particularly vulnerable in the interrogation room", Dassey's attorneys lawyers claim in their motion for bond.

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A jury in 2007 found Dassey guilty of first-degree intentional homicide, second-degree sexual assault and mutilation of a corpse.

The appeal comes after federal judges ruled to uphold an August 2016 decision to vacate Dassey's conviction.

With the overturned conviction upheld, Dassey could be released from prison within the next 90 days.

"Indeed, the only changed circumstance that Dassey can point to is the Merits Panel's decision itself".

While Rovner and Judge Ann Claire Williams agreed that the state courts did a poor job analyzing Dassey's purported confession and erred in ruling against him, another judge, David F. Hamilton, disagreed. As of June 22, Dassey should have been a free man.

The state appealed that ruling. The case gained global attention after the release of "Making a Murderer" on Netflix.

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