O.J., the Last Word

O.J., the Last Word

Book - 1997
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So begins O.J.: The Last Word, the brilliant work by Gerry Spence, author of the bestselling The Making of a Country Lawyer and How To Argue and Win Every Time. Gerry Spence, who provided expert legal commentary throughout the affair, insists that the celebrated case demonstrates a great deal about the failings of our society and our corrupt legal system. Given the passage of three years since the murders, and the proliferation of thousands of articles, books, and TV shows, Spence believes that only now has enough time elapsed for him to write the one book that will become the last word on O.J.Subjects discussed in this extraordinary narrative include:
-- The fact that O.J. was indeed personally guilty and escaped justice
-- Spence's belief that the criminal jury acted correctly, and had a duty to declare O.J. not guilty
-- A detailed portrayal of prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden
-- How Spence, had he agreed to handle the case, would have tried the case otherwiseSpence's authoritative and provocative book concludes that American lawyers must be substantially retrained. This book will be talked about for years to come.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780312180096
0312180098
Branch Call Number: 345/.73/02523/097/9494/Spe 359401 1
Characteristics: xii, 274 p

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