Marcia Clark, former Los Angeles County prosecutor who failed at convicting O.J. Simpson in his notorious murder case, has emerged to relive her glory days of the 1994-95 trial on Dateline.
Clark admitted that the trial “was a nightmare for me every single day.” Simpson was ultimately acquitted of killing ex-wife Nicole Brown and her male companion, Ron Goldman.
Of the fans cheering for Simpson roadside during notorious white Bronco chase, Clark says: “I thought, ‘Oh my god, this is not good. … He has murdered two innocent people, slaughtered them, and you’re cheering his escape?’ Continue reading
F Lee Bailey may have passed Maine’s state bar exam, but the the Board of Bar Examiners voted to deny his licence to practice law!
The famed attorney, 79, who represented among others, O.J. Simpson and Patty Hearst has been officially denied a request to practice law in the state of Maine.
In the 5-4 vote, the Maine board said that Bailey had not demonstrated by “clear and convincing evidence that he possesses the requisite honesty and integrity” to practise law in Maine. Ouch.
The denial may stem from Bailey’s mishandling of $6 million worth of stock for a former client.
He was a member of the Dream Team, a defense consortium that helped OJ Simpson win his freedom in the 1995 murder trial of Nicole Brown Simpson and her lover, Ronald Goldman. If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit.