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A professional lawyer called Kathleen Zellner offers her help to take the case of Steven saying that she will try to do her best to prove his innocence. Meanwhile, Brendan's lawyers struggles to prove that his condemnation has a pressure behind it, he was forced to say this confession. New exciting events come up in the second season of Making a Murderer.
As a documentary, though, Making a Murderer is undeniably gripping and well-constructed. As it did with its first season, it makes an extremely persuasive case for what would amount to an astonishing miscarriage of justice.
In many ways, this is now a cautionary tale of just how much influence the media can have on a criminal case. If you are looking for insights or new evidence to add to what was presented the first time around, you will be disappointed.