The following are excerpts from the closing arguments of O. Your honor, I would ask the court to consider the jury instruction that would be given in a case like this regarding circumstantial evidence, and that is if the evidence presented relies solely on circumstantial evidence, there can be no conviction unless the circumstances point to guilt and are not reconcilable with any other reasonable theory. If, on the other hand, the circumstances may point to guilt or innocence, the jury or finder of fact must adopt that theory which points to innocence and reject that which points to guilt. Now clearly this not a trial, and clearly this burden is not the same. But the legal principle remains.
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Simpson has always maintained he did not kill Goldman and Brown. Cryer, who was juror No. Cryer is perhaps best known as the juror who gave Simpson a black power salute -- a raised fist -- as he left the courtroom after the verdict was announced. Simpson had put on rubber gloves before trying on the glove in court, which Cryer acknowledged would likely change how the glove fit. That experiment is something Marcia Clark, the lead prosecutor in the trial, said she tried to stop from ever happening. Mark Fuhrman , the officer who found the bloody glove and was heard the recordings using racial slurs. Hearing the Fuhrman tapes, Cryer said, was a big moment for him as a juror.
OJ Simpson ", remains one of the most publicized and famous murder trials in recent history. It attracted the attention of every major news network, and caused quite a stir in the daily lives of Los Angeles, if not all American lifestyles. The infamous car chase was such an important incident that many news networks dropped coverage of the NBA Finals, which was
Today, in America, we are trained that each man and lady is equivalent and we as a whole. In the preliminary of O. Simpson, This report takes a gander at specific parts of the preliminary.