The filmmakers behind Netflix's Emmy-winning docuseries Making a Murderer spoke on Brendan Dassey's recent overturned conviction.

Making a Murderer filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos had a very good night on Sunday, winning four Emmys for their work on Making a Murderer, sweeping the Documentary/Nonfiction categories in Series, Directing, Writing and Editing. But Ricciardi and Demos remained focused on Dassey and Steven Avery when they spoke with reporters after their Emmy wins.

"As many of you know, Brendan Dassey's conviction was overturned, and just last Friday, Wisconsin filed notice of appeal," Demos said. Demos and Ricciardi are set to film Dassey's process as he once again grapples with the law.

"This is just part of the process," Demos said. "This is justice at work and we will continue to document that. It's a very trying time for all the families involved on both sides to continue to have this unresolved and ongoing, but that's sort of how justice works, so we'll continue to follow it."

A magistrate judge overturned Dassey's conviction in mid-August, while the state of Wisconsin quickly appealed the ruling, with Attorney General Brad Schimel speaking on their reasoning recently.

"We believe the magistrate judge's decision that Brendan Dassey's confession was coerced by investigators, and that no reasonable court could have concluded otherwise, is wrong on the facts and wrong on the law," Schimel said. "Two state courts carefully examined the evidence and properly concluded that Brendan Dassey's confession to sexually assaulting and murdering Teresa Halbach with his uncle, Steven Avery, was voluntary, and the investigators did not use constitutionally impermissible tactics."

Making a Murderer season 2 does not yet have a premiere date, but you can watch all 10 episodes of season 1 on Netflix now.