‘Making A Murderer’ Subject Denied U.S. Supreme Court Appeal

27 June, 2018, 17:52 | Author: Kenneth Collins
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"There is simply no record of anti-religious sentiment from the Washington State courts, and we have every reason to believe the Washington State Supreme Court will reaffirm Curt and Robert's right to be full and equal members of our society", Emily Chiang said, the chapter's legal director.

"That was a very important decision because it sends a loud message to that [Washington] court that there's a good chance that they decided incorrectly, based upon the earlier decision dealing with the Phillips case", Dacus tells OneNewsNow.

When originally making her case in 2013, florist Stutzman said: "The state is trying to use this case to force me to create artistic expression that violates my deepest beliefs and take away my life's work and savings, which will also harm those who I employ".

Dassey was convicted of helping Steven Avery in the killing and mutilation of freelance photographer Teresa Halbach in Wisconsin in 2005. He was sentenced to life in prison in 2007.

In 2016, USA magistrate judge William E Duffin overturned Dassey's conviction and later ordered that he be immediately released, after finding his confession was coerced, involuntary and thus unconstitutional.

The Supreme Court's decision comes as there are plans for a second season of "Making a Murderer", which premiered on Netflix in 2015.

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and the American Civil Liberties Union sued Stutzman after she declined the request of a couple she had served for almost 10 years.

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The Wisconsin Court of Appeals upheld Dassey's conviction, saying the interrogation was not unduly coercive.

In addition, his lawyers argued that Dassey was coerced by police tactics and that he is borderline intellectually disabled.

The Supreme Court handed American Express a win Monday in a lawsuit over rules it imposes on merchants who accept its cards. However, Dassey was convicted by the state so a presidential pardon was out of Obama's jurisdiction.

Dassey recanted his videotaped interrogation and confession at trial, and parts of the footage were shown in the Netflix show, which echoes his lawyers in claiming police coerced a confession from the teen. The Supreme Court found that the evidence was "plainly insufficient" to prove that the 2013 Legislature acted in "bad faith".

The court's order Monday follows a ruling last week in which it declared that Wisconsin voters who sued over the state's GOP-drawn legislative districts had not proven they have the right to bring their case in court.

The court returns to the bench Tuesday morning to decide some, but not all, of the four remaining cases.

According to new reports, the Supreme Court, the judicial branch of the United States government, will not hear Brendan Dassey's appeal. Then, in late 2017, the full appeals court ruled 4-3 that the state courts' determination that Dassey's confession was voluntary was reasonable, meaning no release or retrial.

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