What’s new on the Wiki?
New evidence files have been shared online by the Court of Appeals. These are large files, but not all documents within them are “new-to-the-public”. The most significant new document is Asia McClain Chapman’s two day testimony from the 2016 PCR hearing. Find the complete files (in searchable format) and an index on our new COA evidence page. Somehow, the State forgot to hand them in on time, they were 31 days past the court ordered deadline, better late than never!
What’s the Current Status of the Adnan Syed Case?
Adnan Syed was granted a new trial in June 2016, on the grounds that his trial counsel was ineffective. The State of Maryland appealed that decision. The Court of Special Appeals (“COSA”) of Maryland ruled in Syed’s favor in March 2018. Maryland petitioned the highest court in Maryland (the Court of Appeals) for a writ of certiorari to appeal the COSA decision. Syed has cross-petitioned for certiorari as well. In July 2018, the Court of Appeals granted certiorari on issues raised by both the State and Syed. Syed requested bail while the appeals are pending, but the judge denied his request. He remains in prison.
What Happens Next?
The parties will submit various legal briefs and then argue the issues in front of the Maryland Court of Appeals in either late November or early December 2018. A decision is firmly expected by August 31, 2019, maybe earlier. Evidence Prof has more details in his blog.
Wow, All This Happened Since Serial?
Yes, one of the goals of this website, is to share the new information and particularly the documents and other materials that have been made public since the Serial podcast concluded in 2014. We were inspired by the Undisclosed podcast, which aired in 2015, though we are not affiliated with the Undisclosed team. Check out trial transcripts, police reports, photos, and the latest appeal case details.
Popular wiki pages
- Jay Wild’s testimony:
Trial 1 (mistrial) and Trial 2
- Autopsy Report
- Leakin Park crime scene maps:
Buddemeyer and BPD Technicians
- The “I’m Going To Kill” Note
- Defense clerks’ review of BPD physical evidence
- Jay’s first official police interview
- Opening Statements Trial 1 (mistrial):
Urick – State, Gutierrez – Defense
Not seen what you were looking for yet?
If the page or file you’re looking for isn’t listed above, and you can’t decide which of the menus or pages to look inside you can try our site search which will hunt through the wiki’s pages for whatever word or phrase your heart desires. It is the same search that is linked in the navigation menu.
We have another site search page, which is still rather experimental, the results are not always what we expect. But, if you really want to get into the nitty gritty looking for a particular phrase or file, and you don’t mind taking a chance, this search may find more links than the main search.
A few other options:
If you are looking for details about a person related to the case, try the People List, which has its own in-page search.
Or, if you already know what page the information you want is on, but it’s a long one, just go to that page use the search built in to your browser, either use “Ctrl-F” or “⌘+F” or an menu option like “Find within Page” from a smart phone or tablet browser.
If you are still stuck, drop an email to UndisWikiMail@gmail.com
About The Undisclosed Wiki
The purpose of this site is to give listeners to Serial and Undisclosed (or any other people who have been following the case of Adnan Syed and Hae Min Lee) one single site where they can find, view/read, search or download all the collected evidence that relates to original investigation of Hae’s murder and/or the ongoing legal case of Adnan Syed vs the State.
The wiki is not legally affiliated with the Undisclosed Podcast or Serial Podcast or any one directly involved in the case. It is a fan site, built by a small group of volunteers with an ongoing interest in the case.
Our logo was designed for us by Balookey and is based on the logo she designed for the Undisclosed Podcast. Thank you Balookey.
We’ve tried to include all the publicly available documents, except those from copyrighted works or documents that contain very private or sensitive information. If you find any that we are missing please do get in touch and help us to include them. Ditto if you find any broken links or mistakes, we want to fix them!
Privacy of people involved in the case
The publicity around this case will inevitably have an ongoing impact on people who were directly or indirectly involved. We have made an effort to respect their privacy by limiting internal references and by adding some additional redactions of particularly personal information from the documents. Please contact us if you have any concerns about your own information.
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