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The Last Person to See Teresa Alive 

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.
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Episode credited cast:
Dolores Avery Dolores Avery ... Herself
Steven Avery ... Himself
Brendan Dassey ... Himself
Len Kachinsky Len Kachinsky ... Himself - Dassey Defense Attorney
Ken Kratz ... Himself
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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.

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Documentary | Crime

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USA

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English

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18 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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USA

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Dean Strang: Human endeavors are muddy.
Dean Strang: They are imperfect by definition and a chase for the truth in a criminal trial can be vain.
Dean Strang: Justice, it seems to me is staying true to the set of principles we have about what we do when confronted with uncertainty of the truth.
Dean Strang: On which side do we err?
Dean Strang: Do we err on the side of depriving a human being of liberty or do we erroneous the side of a human being sustaining his claim to liberty when we are uncertain as we almost always are?
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Smoke and Mirrors
4 January 2016 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Once again we are take inside the world of police work done by amateurs and prejudiced characters. The idea that the last person to see someone alive is likely to be the perpetrator doesn't always wash. It is really an effort to prove a negative. The lawyers for Avery are beginning to plant doubt wherever they can. There are six counts against their man, but reasonable doubt is moving in. The prosecution keeps parrying with the defense. The trial is about to begin and we are uncertain how much they can do against an event that has already been tried in the press. We need to remember sometimes that people are truly innocent until proved guilty.


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