NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, January 4, 2016, 12:21 PM Netflix has convinced the court of public opinion that the subject of its new series “Making a Murderer” was wrongfully convicted — but the man will remain behind bars unless new evidence comes forth, according to his lawyer. “We’re all hoping the attention to this induces somebody who saw something, who heard something or who has been carrying a secret to come forward,” said criminal defense attorney Dean Strang, who represented Steven Avery with co-counsel Jerome Buting at his 2007 trial.

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Steven Avery’s defense attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting appeared on today’s episode of CBS This Morning to discuss their client, Making a Murderer. and the seemingly damning evidence that directors Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi didn’t include in the show. When Gayle King asked if Strang and Buting were convinced of Avery’s innocence, Strang replied, “I’m not convinced of his guilt,” implying what many viewers have taken away from the show: The prosecution did not prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.

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Photo by Kevin Casey. The profile below was originally published on Nov. 12, 2012. Text by Xenia Kobylarz. Hagens Berman co-founder Steve Berman often refers to his work as a plaintiffs’ lawyer as playing David against the Goliaths of corporate America. The work, he says, is not for the faint hearted. And he’s not kidding. Since opening his firm in Seattle in 1993, he has gone to battle in court and won record-breaking settlements against Wall Street, Big Oil, Big Pharma and Big Tobacco.

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Now that you’ve finished law school, you might be wondering, “What now?” It’s a loaded question, similar to the one more common one: “How to become a lawyer?”. but you’ve already survived the hardest part, which is studying and learning the ropes. There are a lot of places in California where you can practice, and depending on your chosen field of law, a lot of clients to help out.

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The University of Texas—Austin has the highest salary-debt ratio of all law schools, according to U. S. News data. (Bret Gerbe/UT Law) The U. S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas.

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If you become disabled and need the help of a lawyer to help you apply for Social Security disability -- or appeal a disability denial -- it can seem an overwhelming task to locate a lawyer that you feel comfortable working with. Because once you locate possible lawyers that you could hire, you will need to meet with the lawyer to determine if they are a good match for you. Once you find a lawyer whom you like, he or she can help you greatly in your Social Security disability case.

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If you have a child in special education and everything seems to be running smoothly, you may never need a lawyer. However, it is quite possible that at some point during your child's education, it will make sense to hire, or at least consult, an attorney to help you advocate for your child. (For a general overview of special education and the IEP process, read Special Education Law. ) When You Might Need A Lawyer Here are some factors to consider when trying to decide whether you need a lawyer.

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Law Firm Software specializes in developing feature-rich, easy-to-use bankruptcy software for attorneys, paralegals, business professionals and consumers. Bankruptcy Software streamlines the preparation and printing of debtor filings under Chapters 7, 11, and 13. Our bankruptcy software accommodates current, official forms in an easy-to-use, interactive software system. Printed forms are ready to be signed and paper filed with the court.

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