The Prosecution Responds: An O.J. Simpson Trial Prosecutor Reveals What Really Happened #2020

The Prosecution Responds: An O.J. Simpson Trial Prosecutor Reveals What Really Happened Hank Goldberg The Prosecution Responds An O J Simpson Trial Prosecutor Reveals What Really Happened In a serious and compelling analysis of one of the most significant events in U S history Goldberg presents the bulk of the prosecution s forensic and scientific evidence and shares extensive inform

  • Title: The Prosecution Responds: An O.J. Simpson Trial Prosecutor Reveals What Really Happened
  • Author: Hank Goldberg
  • ISBN: 9781559723619
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Prosecution Responds: An O.J. Simpson Trial Prosecutor Reveals What Really Happened Hank Goldberg In a serious and compelling analysis of one of the most significant events in U.S history, Goldberg presents the bulk of the prosecution s forensic and scientific evidence, and shares extensive information about the mechanics, tactics, and strategies of the prosecution s case.
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    1. This book does a fairly good job of defending the OJ Simpson prosecution team against the attacks made on it by Vincent Bugliosi in his book OUTRAGE, in which Bugliosi says the prosecutors should have put a bib on the jury and spoon fed them the evidence, but failed to feed the babies By contrast, Goldberg suggests that with a jury like that the prosecution was screwed from the get go Wish there was about the jury, I d have liked to gain a little insight into what they were thinking, if that s [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book despite the fact that it is the 18th book I ve read on the Simpson trial Everyone has new information Goldberg is intelligent and clear, and defends against many of the claims Bugliosi posited in his attack on the prosecution in Outrage As a trilogy, Clark s, Darden s, and Goldberg s books paint a picture of an intelligent, planned prosecution Just wait until I review your book, Cochrane I m comin for ya.

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