Brendan Dassey: The Road to Freedom

“Do you think I’ll be back by 1.29pm, I have a project due in sixth hour” 4,281 days have passed, and Brendan is still waiting, “……. I haven’t been free since that day.” It is now 53 days since the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments before a panel of active judges in a rare En Banc hearing held in Chicago on September 26th, 2017. Brendan’s trajectory to freedom continues to arc, illustrating the need for reform in the arena of juvenile confessions. A false confession remains one of the most prejudicial sources of false evidence resulting in wrongful convictions throughout the United States. Would a developmentally delayed, highly suggestible juvenile of 16, understand the grav

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