Put down your Making a Murderer fan fiction, Murderites (I just made that up)—your dreams are about to come true!

That's right, Dean Strang and Jerry Buting—Steven Avery's sexy lawyers who love justice and truth (and maybe you)—are coming to the Schnitz on Sunday, June 19, as part of their "A Conversation on Justice Tour."

(Via Vogue)
(Via Vogue)

We'll give you a second to compose yourself.

According to the Web site for the event:

At a time when the nation is gripped with pressing questions about the fairness and effectiveness of our criminal justice system, concerns that have been highlighted by true crime narratives from Making A Murderer, Serial and The Jinx to the murder trial of O.J. Simpson, Strang and Buting will be exploring and discussing our process of justice today and throughout history. Reviewing these situations, they will highlight the imperfections in our judicial system and suggest improvements that are sorely needed.

Oh God, there is nothing hotter than highlighting the imperfections in our judicial system.

Sure, there are still questions of ethics about the documentarians who made Making a Murder, but OMG have you seen these fiiiiiiiiine justice warriors?

We suggest you start prepping now for the question-and-answer section. Possible questions: "Did it hurt when you fell from Heaven?" "Is that a mirror in your pants?" "Do outlier cases such as this really do anything to solve the systematic problems of prosecutorial injustice?" and "Are you on Tinder?"

GO: "A Conversation on Justice Tour" at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on Sunday, June 19, 2016 at 8pm. $39.50 to $95.