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O.J. Simpson Denied New Trial

The Juice will have to serve his nine to 33 years for robbery and kidnapping

Did O.J. Do It? Kato Kaelin Says… Maybe

Brian “Kato” Kaelin, the famously dodgy witness in the O.J. Simpson murder trial of his wife Nicole Brown, made headlines today thanks to New York Post gossip...

The Media Spiral: From O.J. to Sherrod

Fifteen years ago, O.J. Simpson's criminal trial changed America's media culture forever. By dominating the nation's attention through 1995 and beyond, the tale...

The Man Who Defends O.J. Simpson

Yale Galanter was livid when he flew into Las Vegas to meet with his client O.J. Simpson. He had arrived to discover that a local lawyer was claiming to...

O.J.'s Book: Back by Next Christmas?

O.J. Simpson's ill-fated homicidal fantasy If I Did It may yet see the light of day. One of the major publishing fiascos of 2006, the volume was abruptly...

Television: Fuhrman Agonistes

On HBO's prison drama OZ, Christopher Meloni plays Chris Keller, a viperous predator. On NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, he's dogged cop Elliot Stabler...

LIFE IN THE ROUGH

In public he may show off his old glibness and good cheer, but since the criminal trial ended, O.J. Simpson has not been doing well, say friends and associates...

IS O.J.SIMPSON REALLY BROKE?

As the wrongful-death civil trial of O.J. Simpson sputtered toward conclusion last week in Santa Monica, California, a key issue that hung over the courtroom was...

Television: Justice in the Blood

In late 1995, scientist Joseph Bonuso unveiled Solomon, a powerful computer program that could try cases, infallibly, without the need for juries. It ran...

Juror Number 5

When O.J. Simpson hurtled down the freeway in his Bronco, Deena Mullen missed it. She also skipped the televised trial involving "that basketball player."...

O.J. HOLDS THE LINE

The plaintiffs gave it their best shot. For nine hours and two minutes, their lawyers tried to shake the defendant, to provoke an outburst, to spark a defining...

GLOVE STORY II

If O.J. Simpson's acquittal last year were reduced to a talisman, a single object of both concealment and revelation, it would have to be the bloody glove found...

SAY GOODNIGHT, O.J.

WITH APOLOGIES TO THE LATE DR. SEUSS, who surely would have been wise enough to steer clear of this whole affair: "The time has come/ The time is now/ Just go,...