Making a Murderer season 1
According to statistics 80% of the imprisoned people claim that they have no relation to the crimes that the police put on their shoulders and made to serve the sentence in an institution. The hero of the series Making a Murderer season 1 was also in such a situation. According to the story the individuals involved in the investigation of the sensational case. Convicted in 1985 Steven Avery falls under the scope again. The court found him guilty and awarded the punishment of 18 years in prison in the US proper institution. A little later, in connection with the introduction of new details in this case Stephen was released but not for long. Soon, he is again behind bars but only this time with a life sentence. Is it global error of the system or a typical injustice of our world and it can planned act of aggression in the direction of Stephen? Main character fights against a judicial justice accusing it of injustice and involvement in the corruption. If your attention is always attracted to topics concerning the judicial system in reality or the facts hidden behind the curtain of factuality we recommend this series to view. The project is the righteousness of roughness that is intended to protect the rights and interests of people.
Making a Murderer season 1 episodes list:
When Steven Avery is freed from a wrongful conviction, his search for justice raises questions about the authorities who put him behind bars.
As Steven starts creating a new life for himself, he pursues a lawsuit against Manitowoc County law enforcement officials for corruption in his case.
Steven is back in jail, charged with murder, but there are troubling questions about how he was arrested and why.
An unexpected confession casts doubt on Steven's role in the murder case, but the new suspect gives conflicting accounts of what occurred.
As Steven's trial begins, his attorneys argue that law enforcement officials framed him and were negligent in not pursuing other leads in the case.
Steven's attorneys cross-examine forensic experts about contaminated evidence and the absence of proof linking Steven to the crime.
As the murder trial continues, Steven's attorneys present their case that law enforcement officials planted evidence to frame him.
After two long days of closing arguments, the jury deliberates. Steven's fate hinges on whether the jury believes police misconduct may have occurred.
Steven's trial is over, but a new one is just beginning. Will the jury find the suspect's confession or his conflicting statements more believable?