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Making A Murderer Attorney Dean Strang Is Getting His Very Own True Crime Show!

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At least there's some justice in the world!

Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey may still be sitting behind bars for a crime many people don't believe they committed, but their case may soon get even more exposure than it did with Making a Murderer.

That's because Dean Strang, the attorney associated with the Teresa Halbach murder case, is getting his very own TV show!

Related: New Suspects Pop Up In The Steven Avery Case!

Dean Strang: Road to Justice will follow the star of the Netflix documentary as he investigates other infamous true crime cases in eight one-hour episodes!

The show hasn't been picked up anywhere just yet, but Covert Media will be making the series with Dean set to executive produce, so it's definitely happening.

Here's hoping one or more of those episodes could take an even fresher look at Steven and Brendan's case!

Will U be tuning in to Dean Strang: Road to Justice??

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Making A Murderer Attorneys Are Putting On A Two-Man Show To Discuss Steven Avery's Case Live Onstage

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This is either going to be super informative… or really exploitative!

The controversial case of Teresa Halbach's murder has become a national sensation ever since Netflix first premiered Making a Murderer two months ago.

The ten-part docu-series follows the trial and eventual convictions of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey and ignited a conversation about corruption in the Police force.

And while America may have become enamored in the investigation thanks to a TV show, the story is about to come to life through a whole new medium: live theater.

Related: 7 Other True Crime Stories To Binge After Making A Murderer

Steven's former attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting were fan favorites from the series, and are looking to capitalize on their notoriety to teach other people about the "systemic failures of the criminal justice system."

On March 31, Dean and Jerry will be holding a one-night only

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Steven Avery's Ex-Lawyer Says His Former Fiancée Is Not A 'Reliable Witness' & Still Believes His Old Client Is Innocent!

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Find out why he thinks Jodi changed her mind!

As we reported, Steven Avery's former fiancée dramatically changed her tune about whether or not she believes her ex is guilty.

ICYMI, Jodi Stachowski's interview for Nancy Grace's HLN show aired Wednesday night, and she adamantly expressed that she feels the Making A Murderer subject is "not innocent."

Related: Steven's Loving All The Support!

On Thursday, Jerry Buting — one of Steven's defense attorneys from the Netflix docu-series — discredited her new claims and STILL believes the 53-year-old is telling the truth, opening up to Rolling Stone:

"Realize that there was a fair amount of coverage with Jodi [in the documentary]. She was getting a lot of pressure, even while the trial was going on, to try and turn her away from Steven Avery. It's many years, who knows what kind of pressure and influences have been exerted against her to try and make express that kind of opinion."

He continued to say that what really matters is her opinion from the time of the trial, adding:

"Bottom line is that when things were contemporaneous, happening back during that time, she did not have that opinion. She was very supportive of him. So, why is she changing her opinion? I don't know at this point."

However, in her sit-down, Jodi claimed that the only reason she had been standing by her man was because he "used to beat" her, and told her she had to "make him look good" in the doc "or else."

But Jerry doesn't believe his old client's former flame can really be taken at face value regarding these allegations, saying:

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Making A Murderer's Steven Avery Claims His Brothers Who Have History Of Sexual Assault May Have Killed Teresa Halbach — Get The Details!

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***WARNING: Making a Murderer Spoilers Below***

Netflix's hit docu-series Making a Murderer seems to have new information come to light every day!

The documentary, which premiered on the hit streaming service less than a month ago, follows the the case of Steven Avery who was put on trial for murdering a young woman by the name of Teresa Halbach.

Since the release of the show, we've gotten a plethora of extra information about the case from all kinds of people featured in the documentary — including prosecutor Ken Kratz who claims evidence was left out of the film series, defense attorney Dean Strang who stands by his argument, and even the filmmakers who note a juror on the case has since told them the verdict was a "compromise."

Related: Making A Murderer Lawyer Facing Restraining Order!

Some of the most inneresting information to date though, was recently found in legal documents by TMZ! Reports reveal that in documents filed by Steven in 2009 (after his conviction), he states that he believes his two brothers Earl Avery and Charles Avery may have been the ones who killed Teresa.

What's more troubling is that Steven says both men have a history of

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Making A Murderer Juror Tells Filmmakers The 'Verdict Was A Compromise' — Watch The Shocking Development HERE!

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Well this is interesting!

Making a Murderer has been quite the breakout hit for Netflix as everyone is talking about the 10 part docu-series that investigates the case of Steven Avery who was put on trial for murdering a young woman by the name of Teresa Halbach.

The documentary has enough twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat as you question whether or not Avery really committed the crime, or if he was possibly framed by Manitowoc County Police.

Related: Making A Murderer Lawyer Could Face Restraining Order

Since the show has been such a success, it's been all over the news and caused several outlets to contact those involved such as prosecutor Ken Kratz, who claimed there was evidence left out of the show, or Steven's defense attorney Dean Strang, who stuck by his defense.

Well, now there's even more news regarding Avery's trial because filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos stopped by TODAY on Tuesday and shared that a juror from the case reached out to them and revealed they "believe Steven Avery was not proven guilty… they believe Steven was framed by law enforcement and that he deserves a new trial."

Related: Making A Murderer D.A. Trashed By Fans On Yelp!

Not only that, but the juror told them that the verdicts on each count were a "compromise" and told Ricciardi and Demos that members of the jury actually traded votes!

Ch-ch-check out the Laura and Moira's full interview (below) to hear what else they learned.

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Making A Murderer's Prosecutor & Defense Attorneys Stand Their Ground As They Speak Out About Brendan Dassey's Case

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***WARNING: Making a Murderer Spoilers Below***

Making a Murderer is Netflix's 10-part docu-series that has caught the attention of viewers around the world — including the hacker group Anonymous who claims they will soon release information from the cases in the film.

The film series investigates the case of Steven Avery as he's put on trial for the murder of a young woman by the name of Teresa Halbach.

Part of the reason the documentary is so highly controversial is because — despite being a documentary and swaying the audience a certain way — there seems to be quite a bit of evidence to support the idea that Avery was set up for the murder by the Manitowoc County police. Specifically, Lt. James Lenk and Sgt. Andrew Colborn are mentioned.

Related: Bill Cosby's Attorneys Say His Criminal Charge Is A Political Move!

While Avery was ultimately convicted and sentenced to

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