After spending some time reflecting on this peculiar case, a few thoughts both in favor and against his innocence.
In defense of Adnan:
It boggles my mind that apparently zero DNA evidence was acquired throughout the case, especially considering where the body was found. Also, in regards to Jay's telling of the day I find it very hard to believe this guy just blindly went along with covering up a murder for a guy he smokes weed with. I just can't get past this fact, why help him cover up a murder you have no stock in. It makes literally no sense, and they make no attempt to delve into answering this question is puzzling. Rarely, if ever does a man just snap without any inclination of violence in the past. As for Jay, the fact that Jay throws away his clothes, reeks of guilt.
I don't understand how he can't know what he did that day. He maintains it was an ordinary day, and he did smoke ALOT of weed, but it never adds up to me why he has a blank for his whereabouts considering he A.) Received a phone call from the POLICE and B.) Gave his "friend" Jay his car and phone for what he claims was several hours. Also, it seems to me it was definitely someone Hae knew that killed her which essentially leaves 3 suspects. Don, Jay, and Adnan.M Motive wise, out of those 3 suspects, I have a hard time putting any of the other two as more likely to kill her. Also, why not take the stand? I could understand once but after the second trial isn't going well and the entire case is your word vs. Jay's you almost have to.