Attorneys for Brendan Dassey say the U-S Supreme Court could decide whether to review the Wisconsin man’s appeal in less than a month.  The state of Wisconsin is asking the high court not to grant the request for a hearing.  Dassey was 16 when Teresa Halbach was killed.  His attorneys argue his confession was coerced by police investigators who used improper techniques while questioning a juvenile with a low I-Q.  A federal judge overturned Dassey’s conviction, but a federal appeals court reversed the judge.  Dassey’s attorneys want the Supreme Court to review the appeals court decision.