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By Ashley Powers and Harriet Ryan and Ashley Powers and Harriet Ryan,Los Angeles Times | December 6, 2008
LAS VEGAS - This was not the O.J. Simpson of old. His wrists shackled, eyes reddened and husky voice cracking, the fallen football star - who famously was acquitted of double murder in Los Angeles - was sentenced yesterday to up to 33 years in prison for robbing a pair of memorabilia dealers. He will be eligible for parole in nine years. Surprising even Judge Jackie Glass, Simpson delivered a tearful, five-minute apology to a packed Las Vegas courtroom. "I didn't mean to steal anything from anybody.
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By Ashley Powers and Harriet Ryan and Ashley Powers and Harriet Ryan,Los Angeles Times | December 6, 2008
LAS VEGAS - This was not the O.J. Simpson of old. His wrists shackled, eyes reddened and husky voice cracking, the fallen football star - who famously was acquitted of double murder in Los Angeles - was sentenced yesterday to up to 33 years in prison for robbing a pair of memorabilia dealers. He will be eligible for parole in nine years. Surprising even Judge Jackie Glass, Simpson delivered a tearful, five-minute apology to a packed Las Vegas courtroom. "I didn't mean to steal anything from anybody.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Writer | January 19, 1995
All rise, or at least turn on your television sets: People of the State of California vs. Orenthal James Simpson will now come to order.Mr. Simpson's long-delayed trial on charges of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman is scheduled to begin today. But the case has been under way for months in the court of public opinion, that highly irregular place where rumors and outright falsehoods can carry as much weight as actual exhibits and testimony in a real courtroom.
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By Ashley Powers and Ashley Powers,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 19, 2007
LAS VEGAS -- O.J. Simpson and three other men were charged yesterday with 10 felony counts, including kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon, in the purported theft of at least $80,000 worth of sports memorabilia from a hotel room. If convicted, Simpson, 60, could face life in prison. The former football star is being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center. Simpson - who was acquitted in the 1994 killings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman - is scheduled to be arraigned this morning.
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By Ashley Powers and Ashley Powers,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 19, 2007
LAS VEGAS -- O.J. Simpson and three other men were charged yesterday with 10 felony counts, including kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon, in the purported theft of at least $80,000 worth of sports memorabilia from a hotel room. If convicted, Simpson, 60, could face life in prison. The former football star is being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center. Simpson - who was acquitted in the 1994 killings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman - is scheduled to be arraigned this morning.
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By New York Times News Service | February 9, 1995
LOS ANGELES -- A man who lived near Nicole Brown Simpson told jurors yesterday how, shortly before midnight June 12, Mrs. Simpson's nervous, purposeful pet Akita dog pulled him toward its owner's condominium, stopped in front and peered into the yard.HTC When the neighbor looked for himself, he said, he saw Mrs. Simpson prostrate and "full of blood.""I turned to my wife and said there was a dead person there," the witness, Sukru Boztepe, told Marcia Clark, the chief prosecutor in the case.
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By Gregory Kane | December 3, 1995
IF SOMEONE mentions the names of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, most folks would readily identify them as the two people who were killed by either O. J. Simpson or some as yet unidentified party in July 1994.Now here's a question: Who's Philip Woldemariam?Don't be embarrassed if you don't know. You really have to search to find out anything about the guy.Mr. Woldemariam was only 20 years old when a man pumped two bullets into him in Los Angeles' Woodbine Park on the evening of Aug. 25, 1993.
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By Stephen Battaglio and Donna Parker and Stephen Battaglio and Donna Parker,The Hollywood Reporter | August 22, 1994
Fox Broadcasting Co. has decided against running its TV movie on O. J. Simpson before he stands trial for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole and her friend Ronald Goldman.Sources close to the network said Fox Inc. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch made the decision to delay the broadcast based on concern that it could make it difficult for Mr. Simpson to get a fair trial.Fox had set the TV movie to kick off its new Tuesday night movie slate on Sept. 13, one week before Mr. Simpson is scheduled to stand trial on charges of first-degree murder.
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By WILEY A. HALL | January 26, 1995
The hero of Shakespeare's "Othello" was acclaimed as a resourceful general, honored for his wisdom and character, treated as a friend and confidant by the rich and powerful nobles who courted his favor.In the play, the admiration for Othello was so widespread that it transcended his being a Moor in 16th Century Venice -- a black man in a white world.Othello won the heart of Desdemona, a woman of gentle birth who was considered one of the most beautiful and virtuous in the land. But jealousy, goaded by the lies of a spiteful aide named Iago, toppled Othello.
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By Los Angeles Times | July 28, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- A judge cleared the way for DNA testing of blood samples today in the O.J. Simpson murder case amid signs the defense will wage a molecule-by-molecule battle over evidence.At an emergency hearing yesterday, Judge Lance Ito affirmed his decision that defense experts could remove 10 percent of each of the samples before the prosecution's testing began this morning. Officials at the laboratory had wanted their own technicians to do the job.The defense, meanwhile, objected to Judge Ito's requirement that they use the lab's equipment to cut their samples, which were to be stored at the lab until Judge Ito decides if they can conduct their own tests.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Writer | January 19, 1995
All rise, or at least turn on your television sets: People of the State of California vs. Orenthal James Simpson will now come to order.Mr. Simpson's long-delayed trial on charges of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman is scheduled to begin today. But the case has been under way for months in the court of public opinion, that highly irregular place where rumors and outright falsehoods can carry as much weight as actual exhibits and testimony in a real courtroom.
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By Pamela Kramer and Pamela Kramer,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | July 11, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- "Knock knock.""Who's there?""O.J.""O.J. who?""Great -- you're on the jury."People around the nation -- and within the local jury pool -- have watched on television as prosecutors dropped a blood spatter here, a bloody glove there, a witness who heard mysterious thumps in the night near where the glove was found on O.J. Simpson's estate.In the one-sided preliminary hearing that ended Friday, much of what viewers saw was damning to Mr. Simpson. He has pleaded not guilty to the stabbing death of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and a friend of hers, Ronald Goldman.
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June 18, 1994
SUNDAY6 p.m. PST O. J. Simpson and ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson leave dance recital for their daughter in West Los Angeles.6:30 Nicole Simpson and nine others dine at the Mezzaluna restaurant in Brentwood.8:30 p.m. Ms. Simpson leaves Mezzaluna. Someone calls restaurant to report she left her glasses behind. Waiter Ronald Goldman offers to return them.Between 9:45 p.m. and 11 p.m. Ms. Simpson and Mr. Goldman are killed.11:45 p.m. Mr. Simpson flies from Los Angeles to Chicago.MONDAY12:10 a.m. PDT - Bodies of Ms. Simpson and Mr. Goldman found.
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