The subject of the true-crime podcast "Serial" was released from a Maryland prison this year after a judge overturned his conviction.
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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said a “touch DNA” analysis of clothing worn by victim Hae Min Lee did not find evidence of Syed's DNA.
Noah weighed in on Adnan Syed, who was freed after serving more than 20 years for a murder covered in the podcast "Serial."
Syed has served more than 20 years in prison for the 1999 death of his girlfriend. The murder case was examined in the popular podcast “Serial.”
They did not assert Syed's innocence, but said "the state no longer has confidence in the integrity of the conviction."
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.