DALLAS (1080 KRLD) - 22-years after she was convicted of murdering her own child and sentenced to death a team of lawyers is finally getting a peek inside the District Attorney's court files in Darlie Routier's case. Since Monday, two lawyers working on Routier's appeal have poring over the DA's files from 1996. The lawyers want to see if there was any information that was not turned over to the defense or other matters that could help in the appeal. But the public disclosure of their findings may not be made public. Under a court order signed by State District Judge Gracie Lewis, the defense can look at the files, but cannot disclose a lot of things they may learn. Routier's two boys were killed in Routier's Rowlett home in 1996. She was found guilty of murdering one son, Damon, back in 1997. She was never charged with the murder the second child, Devon. Routier was sentenced to death but DNA testing has taken time and is still pending. Last month, Lewis signed an order allowing the defense to send an unidentified bloody fingerprint, lifted off a table, to State investigators in Austin for testing. Routier's case has caught national attention after the Innocence Project lended its support. Prosecutors stand by their conviction. Looks as if the clock is ticking on Routier. Does this mean 85J could not be matched? I think so. It appears they are now looking for any technicality to get her a new trial.