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Kaus, Mickey
July 1994
New Republic;7/18/94-7/25/94, Vol. 211 Issue 3/4, p6
Ponders on the chances for sport celebrity O. J. Simpson to get a fair criminal trial. Explanation that existing judicial precedents in the U.S. give Simpson a slim chance of getting a fair trial; Question on whether the jury at Simpson's trial can be credible; Impact of pretrial publicity on the case against Simpson; Contentions of the parties to the case.


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