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Persuading a Serial Killer to Confess

Defence attorney Kathleen Zellner is known for getting innocent people out of prison. She’s currently working on a case made famous by the hit Netflix series Making a Murderer.

Kathleen Zellner is one of the most famous wrongful conviction lawyers in the US. At one point at the beginning of her career, though, she represented a serial killer. After Larry Eyler revealed the identities of many of the people he had killed to her, she decided she couldn’t knowingly defend a guilty person again. Kathleen is currently the attorney for convicted murderer Steven Avery whose case is at the centre of the hit Netflix series Making a Murderer.

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(Image: Kathleen Zellner. Credit: Netflix.)

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