On August 12, Brendan Dassey, one of the subjects of Netflix’s docuseries Making a Murderer, had his murder conviction overturned by a federal judge in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who cited misconduct by Dassey’s attorney and “false promises” made by interrogators during the initial confession as major reasons for his decision. That gave the state 90 days to decide to either let him walk or to file for a retrial. Today, Variety is reporting that Attorney General Brad Schimel made it clear that Wisconsin will redouble its efforts to keep Dassey behind bars, and that judge William E. Duffin’s verdict is being appealed. “We believe the magistrate judge’s decision that Brendan Dassey’s confession was coerced by investigators, and that no reasonable court could have concluded otherwise, is wrong on the facts and wrong on the law,” said Schimel. “Two state courts carefully examined the evidence and properly concluded that Brendan Dassey’s confession to sexually assaulting and murdering Teresa Halbach with his uncle, Steven Avery, was voluntary, and the investigators did not use constitutionally impermissible tactics.” Making a Murderer showrunners Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos are currently at work on a second season of their Emmy-nominated show.