Dassey Appeal: Videotaped Confession Emerges As Key Issue In U.S. Supreme Court Petition
Marsha Levick, deputy director and chief counsel of the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, is hopeful that the high court will hear Dassey’s case. Her legal organization was one of six to file friend-of-the-court briefs supporting Dassey’s request.
“Anyone who watched the interrogation unfold, it was stomach-turning,” said Levick, who believes detectives coerced Dassey into saying what they wanted him to say.
“I think the documentary shows that in bright lights,” she said. “It was all because of the availability of the videotape.”