The case is made, for now

Farley, Christopher Joh; Lafferty, Elaine
July 1995
Time;7/17/1995, Vol. 146 Issue 3, p36
Evaluates the O.J. Simpson trial since the resting of the prosecution's case. The successful presentation of the defense team led by Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. in establishing reasonable doubt by offering alternate crime scenarios as well as poking pinholes in the testimony; Questioning whether or not Simpson will testify; Hopes for an outright acquittal; Appearance of forensics expert Henry Lee as the grand finale for the defense.


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