Brendan Dassey will not get out of prison, despite a federal judge throwing out his conviction ... if prosecutors have their way.
The Wisconsin Attorney General is appealing the decision to overturn the conviction, on grounds authorities violated his rights by interrogating the then 16-year-old without an adult present.
Dassey was convicted of murdering Teresa Halbach, along with his uncle, Steven Avery. The saga was chronicled on "Making a Murderer," which triggered outrage and almost certainly helped in the appeal.
As of now, Dassey will get out in November, but prosecutors now want a federal appeals court to overturn the lower court's reversal.