How to Get a Video From The Case Against Adnan Syed

How to Get a Video From The Case Against Adnan Syed

Hae Min Lee, 18, was homed in 1999, according to a popular HBO documentary and on the popular podcast. Despite being arrested and later convicted of her murder, Adnan Syed always maintained that he had nothing to do with the crime.

After spending more than 20 years behind bars and ten unsuccessful appeals, Syed was released from prison and his conviction was dismissed. As reported in The Baltimore Sun (opens in new tab), the move comes as the Baltimore State Attorney''s Office successfully petitioned to dismiss the conviction, citing the revelation of other suspects in the murder that wasn''t properly vetted and unreliable evidence that was used in the prosecution of the case.

The Baltimore State Attorney''s Office has 30 days to decide if the charges against Syed are completely dismissed or to try him again in court.

It''s possible to see how people react when it comes to this story. Here''s how to watch it.

How to get a peek at the documentary The Case Against Adnan Syed

The following four parts of the program are now available for download on HBO Max. For those looking to watch the docuseries and dive into the circumstances, you need a subscription to the platform. Currently, the streaming service has a variety of subscription options for individuals.

As HBO Max is available in the United Kingdom, UK viewers interested in learning more about Syed''s case via the documentary may do so by streaming it on NOW TV, which is now available on Sky TV.

What is The Case Against Adnan Syed about?

Here''s the official HBO synopsis of :

"Examines Hae Min Lee''s 1999 disappearance and murder, as well as her ex-boyfriend''s conviction, according to the so-called "crap."

The duo will be released in a trailer.

New episode of The Case Against Adnan Syed

According to The Hollywood Reporter (opens in a new tab), director Amy Berg will be releasing a brand new series of the docuseries in 2023. The footage includes "exclusive access" to Adnan Syed prior to and after his release from prison, according to HBO.

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