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Daily newsletter: Sign up for 'Making a Murderer' updates It's been more than a decade since 25-year-old freelance photographer Teresa Halbach from Calumet County was murdered, a case that ignited a Wisconsin media frenzy.
Last month's release of the Netflix documentary "Making A Murderer" has captured worldwide attention and put the murder trials of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey once again in the spotlight.
Lenk discovered a key to Halbach's RAV4 on the carpeted floor of Avery's bedroom even though the room had been searched by Calumet County investigators numerous times beforehand.During an interview this month with the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin, Kachinsky said he is in the process of closing his legal practice in Appleton to concentrate on criminal appeals cases.In 2006, Kachinsky was removed from the Halbach case and replaced with a different lawyer because Kachinsky allowed Dassey to be interviewed by homicide investigators without an attorney present.Ken Kratz, former Calumet County district attorney: Kratz's successful prosecution of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey in the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach became a crowning accomplishment. Tommy Thompson appointed him the Calumet County district attorney.A Town of Harrison resident, Kratz considered a run for Congress in 2008 against U. In 2010, Kratz resigned from office after The Associated Press reported he had sent more than 30 text messages in 2009 to a 26-year-old woman whose ex-boyfriend was being prosecuted by Kratz for domestic violence.
In response, many are curious about some of the key people introduced in the documentary.