“A Conversation on Making a Murderer” with Attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting on Saturday, March 19, at 5 p.m.
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Defense attorneys spotlighted in the Netflix hit mini series discuss the case of Steven Avery and the criminal justice system
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A Conversation on Making a Murderer with Dean Strang and Jerry Buting
The Documentary: For the few who didn’t spend their holidays binge-watching this critically acclaimed Netflix juggernaut, Making a Murderer is a 10-part series (filmed over 10 years) that explores the trials, errors, and terrors in the life of Steven Avery.
Why It’s So Compelling: Avery, a Wisconsin man of seemingly gentle temperament, spent 18 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. When he got out, he sued the county that wrongfully convicted him, only to find himself again accused of a heinous murder.
Why Else It’s So Compelling: Besides the intrinsic interest that comes with real-life murder mysteries, much of the documentary is driven by Avery’s defense attorneys…
Dean Strang and Jerry Buting: The tireless efforts of Strang (now an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison and a lawyer at Strang Bradley LLC) and Buting (still fighting for the little guy at Buting, Williams, and Stilling, S.C.) made them the standout stars of the series.
The Oddest Aftermath: Strang and Buting accidentally became social-media sensations among fans, who turned the lawyers into memes, Buzzfeed quizzes, and heartthrobs.
What to Expect: In this intimate, moderated discussion, the defense-attorney duo extrapolate on the case of Steven Avery and the broader implications brought about by his contentious conviction.