The Wisconsin attorney general on Friday appealed a judge's decision to overturn the conviction of Brendan Dassey, one of the men featured in the popular Netflix series "Making A Murder."
Prosecutors have 90 days to bring Dassey, 26, to trial again or he will be released.
A federal judge ruled that the guilty verdict against Dassey was based on a coerced confession he gave as a 16-year-old youth with a learning disability.
Prosecutors will have to prove that Dassey was not forced into a confession.
BREAKING: Federal judge in Wisconsin overturns conviction of Brendan Dassey, who was featured in "Making of a Murderer."— The Associated Press (@AP) August 12, 2016
In August, a judge overturned Dassey's conviction, saying his confession was coerced.
In 2007, Dassey and his uncle Steven Avery were convicted in the murder photographer Teresa Halbach.
Now, Dassey's legal team are trying to get Dassey released as soon as possible.