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And seriously, no one really cared, except Ron Goldman’s parents and a few members of the prosecution.
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As a race case. Years inoffiziellw when I was a genetics major in college, the questionable testimonies by “expert witnesses” the defense called came up multiple times in my higher level science courses. This book was an interesting read for me, from the prosecutions side of the case sharing a lot of things that I think went unreported to my knowledge! A book about the cult of celebrity, what wealth can buy and two people who were utterly failed by the American justice system.
I actually read this book shortly after it was published, and I wanted to re-read it now, nearly 20 years later.
If you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots. Oct 22, Matt rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was interested to hear about the trial from Marcia Clark’s point of view more than any other person involved in the trial. The lack of courage, thirst for favourable media coverage and Lance Ito’s outright failing to seriously undertake – and adhere to – the responsibilities of his job as a judge is revealed repeatedly and shows, in ihoffizielle opinion, that he might as well inoffiziekle been on the defence’s payroll.
Want to Read saving…. No hard questions were asked. Also, it helped me explain who Ihoffizielle Simpson really was – a demi sporting god.
Kept me interested This is a very comprehensive book written by the one person who was always there. How did she do it, day after day?
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I can only imagine how completely empty Marcia Clark felt when her verdict was read, and they had enough forensic evidence to convict O. She put her blood, sweat, and tears into that case.
Providing a view point really nobody saw and showed feelings the nation neglected it see. This book starts right at the very beginning and takes the reader by the hand, showing us again and again how numerous mistakes, lies, and incompetence led to such a result. Clark effectively showed how she fought tooth and nail for justice, but got only a major shaft from Ito and the clowns opposite her, with rulings, motions, and objections that could not have been concocted for a Hollywood script.
At the time of the trial I was stunned at the verdict. Everything that could have gone against the prosecution, did. The Simpson jury’s middle aged black women aim to ‘right the balance. I did not expect Clark’s shoddy treatment from opposing counsel, Mark Fuhrman, the press, and especially not from Judge Ito.
I remember the trial, the circus, and the shock of the verdict. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Quotes from Without a Doubt. Ironically, the day I’m writing this review is the very day that Casey Anthony ijoffizielle found not guilty O.
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The fault in the case is easy to see as well, it rests with the LAPD, the criminalists being sloppy, the incompetent judge and the people that continued to allow him to serve and the immoral defense attorneys. Of all the books I read of the ‘Trial of the Century’ this is my favorite.
I came away from this book sad, angry, and feeling somewhat helpless. I enjoyed her fighter spirit, though. The media were brutal – cameras were allowed into the trial for one of the first times – and the misogyny of the whole system was astounding and I’m embarrassed that I ‘fell for it’. Refresh and try again. It served again as a way to get a glimpse of the personal as well as professional lives of the lead prosecutor in the OJ Simpson trial.
Are there discussion questions for it somewhere? Glad I read this book. Hardcoverpages.
My heart broke for them. I had never heard of him as The Juice – my first awareness of him was as part of the trial. The jurors, most of whom were still reeling after the Rodney King trial, seem to have refused – pretty much from the offset – to listen to the prosecution and their sound reasoning. I remember exactly where I was when I heard the verdict–I was in a college freshman history class, and we stopped down at noon to hear the verdict.