Serial

Adnan Syed is serving a life sentence after he was convicted in 2000 of killing 17-year-old Hae Min Lee and burying her body in a Baltimore park.
Syed, who was convicted of murdering his high school ex-girlfriend, was the subject of the hit podcast “Serial.”
An HBO docu-series about the convicted murderer, "The Case Against Adnan Syed," is set to start on Sunday.
The four-part series explores the continued legal limbo facing Syed, who says he was wrongfully convicted of murdering his high school girlfriend Hae Min Lee.
The celebrated spinoff of "This American Life" is back later this month, with new episodes launching each Thursday.
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Syed will now stay in prison and wait for the appellate court to decide whether he gets a new trial.
His lawyers argue that he should be released on bail while he waits for a new trial.
Top criminal defense organizations threw their weight behind Syed's push for a new trial.
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