Gag order in O.J. case

Stein, M.L.
August 1996
Editor & Publisher;8/24/96, Vol. 129 Issue 34, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki's issuance of a gag order concerning the O.J. Simpson's civil trial. Media organizations' filing of a lawsuit contesting the gag order; Fujisaki's decision to postpone the trial from its scheduled September 9, 1996 opening; Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Lyle Godlman families' filing of a lawsuit against Simpson for damages.


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