I believe accepting money from Netflix, a corporation profiting from the on going documentary, would constitute a conflict of interest. They have vested interest in perpetuating the controversy that has nothing to do with justice. Some of the Attorneys who take these cases just devote the time to the case and use resources earned from other clients. Others push to get the convictions overturned then sign up the Defendant as a client for the Civil suit which can be quite lucrative. In truth, helping to overturn wrongful convictions is hard work and very worthwhile. Most large Prosecutor’s Offices now have Conviction Integrity Units that review old cases where there is a likelyhood of wrongful convictions or misconduct by Police or Prosecutors. No rational person wants to convict the wrong person. Our system of justice is founded on the notion that it is better for ten guilty men to go free than for one innocent man to be convicted. That’s why the burden for a conviction is high.