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The hottest criminal defense attorney in the game just landed his own docuseries.
Dean Strang, one-half of the power team that represented Steven Avery, made being a champion for justice cool again with his work on Netflix’s Making A Murderer, and now he’s being rewarded with his own docuseries titled Dean Strang: Road To Justice. According to Deadline, “Road To Justice will investigate big legal cases that demonstrate major flaws in the criminal justice system. It will be shot in vérité style similar to Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown.” Good for him. Every criminal defense attorney I know is passionate about what they do, but extremely beaten down by the day to day grind. I don’t blame him one bit for going Hollywood on us.
Based on what we know, I’m guessing each episode will be a highly condensed version of Making A Murderer with time allotted at the end for our man Dean to opine. Per Deadline:
Strang, who examined a possible corruption of the legal system in his book on the 1917 Milwaukee bombing and the trial that followed, will serve as an executive producer alongside Goldberg. The series has not been set up at a network yet.
You know this will get picked up. People are still getting into shouting matches at dinner over Making A Murderer, and an even higher number of people are talking in that absurdly awesome Wisconsin accent. The wave is still rideable..
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