If you haven't watched it or heard about it yet, Making a Murderer is a documentary series on Netflix that is pretty outrageous! It is essentially Serial for TV. If you aren't familiar with that podcast series, download it and listen! It is about a man, Steven Avery, who was falsely convicted of a crime in 1985 and then convicted of a murder in 2005.
It is a series that will leave you on edge and anxious to keep going. It's amazing!
For those that HAVE seen it or are watching it I ask you this:
One of the biggest things the series showed me was how flawed the US judicial system is, and the corruption and influence that police can have on a case. If this case was being tried in current times (2015 lets say), with the wider spread issues of police conduct being a MAJOR concern right now, would the trial have had the same outcome?