Marlon Brando linked to O.J. case

Wechsler, Pat; Friedman, Roger D.
September 1994
New York;9/5/94, Vol. 27 Issue 35, p9
Features William Kunstler's book `My Life as a Radical Lawyer,' which narrates how he was replaced by Marlon Brando as counsel for his son Christian. Suggestion of Kunstler to Brando after being informed of the latter's discovery of the bullet that killed Dag Drollet; Brando's decision to Hire Robert Shapiro in place of Kunstler.


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