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    The O. J Simpson Case

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    October 3, 1995 the day O.J. Simpson was acquitted for murder was a day of either utter discuss, or of triumph against a system that has not been known to be on the side of minorities. At the time just being 13 years old, I was already seeing the difference between how Caucasians and minorities where treated differently by the law. Living an area where it was heavily Caucasian I would be harassed by the police on my way home to school, or to meet with friends at whatever location we had decided to

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    The O. J. Simpson Trial

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    A former National Football League star and Heisman Trophy winner, the dead bodies of Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson, a glove, and a white Ford Bronco. The People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson soon became known as “the trial of the century”. O.J. Simpson was found as a possible suspect of the murder Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman when both bodies were found brutally murdered at Nicole’s Brentwood estate, sending shock waves across the country. The eleven month

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    The O. J. Simpson Case

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    Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman on June 12, 1994. He is guilty by the bloody glove found at the Simpson residence and at the Bundy residence, all of the blood evidence that was found that connected Simpson to the scene, and Simpson was not home when he said that he was, O.J confessed to Oprah he killed Ron and Nicole out of anger and jealousy. In 1994, Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death, outside of Nicole’s home. The first and most key suspect was O.J “The Juice” Simpson. This

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    The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson “NBA Superstar LeBron James Murders Wife”. Imagine countless newspapers and magazine covers titled with headlines like this. This would be the equivalent of the alleged O.J. Simpson murders that occurred on the night of June 12th, 1994. It was the so called “Trial of the Century” and millions were glued to their T.V’s eager to know the outcome. Sometime after ten o’clock on the night of June 12th, 1994 ex wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman

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    in Los Angles, this home belonged to Nicole Brown Simpson the former wife of former NFL football player O.J.( Orenthal James) Simpson. Near the front entryway of the home lay a bloodied Nicole Brown Simpson and her dear friend Ron Goldman. Nicole and Ron had been stabbed to death and O.J. Simpson soon became named as the first potential suspect. Many pieces of evidence directly lead toward O.J.’s involvement in the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, including blood evidence directly

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    The trial of O.J Simpson, an infamous case that had america glued to their Tv’s. Tensions were high as 11 months passed as the verdict was nearing. The case goes as following, O.J was accused of the murder of his ex wife Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman. On June 13, 1994 Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman were found dead around midnight near the entryway of Nicole’s apartment complex. The crime was heinous for the times and took America by storm. With O.J being a famous main suspect, the media wanted

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    Simpson resided in a small home with his single mother (after her divorce with Jimmy Lee Simpson in 1952) and three siblings. Simpson, never receiving an authoritative father figure, joined a gang known as the “The Persian Warriors” at the impressionable age of 13. That same year, Simpson spent a week at the San Francisco Youth Guidance Center for a dangerous fight. However, O.J.’s circumstances

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    The O.J. Simpson Evidence The O.J. Simpson murder trial, which was held in Los Angeles County Superior Court, involved a former professional football star that was being tried for the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ronald Lyle Goldman, a waiter, in late 1995. The trial itself has been considered by many as the most publicized trial in modern American history. However, as in every criminal trial case there are substantial amounts of key evidence that is obtained and is ultimately

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    O.J. Simpson Trial The O.J. Simpson trial is an important case to look back on because it changed the way people look at the American justice system. It transformed our legal system, racial views, and social history. This trial’s opening statements took place in January 24, 1995. O.J. was tried for the murder of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. The jury had an overwhelming numbers of blacks who thought he was innocent while the whites in the jury said he was guilty. This case quickly turned into

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    OJ Case Study One of the most coveted trials in terms of popularity and media attention the O.J Simpson trial which took place between 1994 and concluded on October 2,1995 with O.J Simpson being acquitted of charges laid upon him during the Murder Trial Due to handling of physical evidence and questions over whether Mark Fuhrman planted the bloody glove at the scene to frame O.J. so in an attempt to understand how a deviation from standard operating procedures in the handling of physical evidence

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