Since its premiere last month, Netflix's "Making a Murderer" has become the most talked-about true crime investigation on the Internet, with people comparing it favorably to both the "Serial" podcast series and HBO's "The Jinx."
The documentary series has struck a nerve by highlighting the ease with which the justice system can be seemingly corrupted or skewed, sending an innocent man to prison for a crime he didn't (or maybe didn't) commit.
Unfortunately, stories like that of Steven Avery's, the show's central character, are not entirely rare. On Netflix alone, you can find a number of documentary films that raise questions about whether justice can be expected in our legal system.
We highlighted 10 fascinating true crime documentaries to stream back in 2015, but here are seven more that we'd suggest watching on Netflix. Better clear your calendar and prepare to get mad.
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