The Lawyers From Making a Murderer 2 Are Doing an Irish Tour Next Summer
They're hitting every corner of the country
Fans of Netflix's Making a Murderer will want to get this one in the diary.
Almost three years later and Making a Murderer fever shows no signs of slowing down.
The sequel to the groundbreaking true crime documentary went down a storm earlier this year, but everyone knows it's the post-watching discussions with your mate that's the best bit.
Now fans can discuss the case live with Brendan Dassey's lawyers Laura Nirider and Steven Drizin.
They'll be discussing coerced and false confessions, interrogation tactics, and the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey whose case and post-conviction process has captivated the world in a series of live dates around Ireland next summer.
Taking place at Dublin’s Vicar Street 3rd June hosting five nights throughout Ireland, ending in Blackbox, Galway 8th June, here are the full list of dates:
3 Dublin, Vicar Street
4 Cork, Opera House
5 Limerick, Dolans
6 Belfast, Ulster Hall
8 Galway, Black Box
Laura Nirider is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and represents individuals who were wrongfully convicted of crimes when they were children or teenagers. Her clients have included Brendan Dassey, whose case was profiled in the Netflix Global series Making a Murderer, and Damien Echols of the West Memphis Three, whose case was profiled in the documentary West of Memphis.
Steven Drizin is a Clinical Professor of Law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law where his research interests involve the study of false confessions and his policy work focuses on supporting efforts around the country to require law enforcement agencies to electronically record custodial interrogations.
Drizin co-founded the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth (CWCY) in 2008, the first innocence organization to focus on representing defendants who were only teenagers when they were wrongfully convicted. Drizin and former student Laura Nirider, who directs the CWCY, represent Brendan Dassey, a central figure in Netflix's smash docuseries Making a Murderer.
Tickets €30.00 / £29.00 inclusive of booking fee - On sale this Thursday at 9AM from Ticketmaster