She said she’ll file a petition to have his conviction overturned.
Zellner awaits the results of independent lab tests of nine pieces of evidence in the case. Last summer, she said she would file a formal petition asking a judge to overturn Avery’s conviction after the testing was completed. That testing was scheduled to conclude in March.
On March 18, Zellner posted on Twitter: “To all the skeptics, doubters & haters just be patient because we are really going to make you mad.”
Source: John Ferak USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin