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James Lenk Arguably one of the more controversial figures in the show, Lieutenant James Lenk was accused by Avery’s defense team of planting evidence in an effort to frame Avery.
Specifically, Lenk was accused of planting Hallbach’s key in Avery’s bedroom and planting an incriminating shell casing in Avery’s garage.
Today, Kratz lives in Superior, Wisconsin where he, believe it or not, now works as a defense attorney.