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Dr. Oz sits down with Malcolm LaVergne, O.J. Simpson’s lawyer, in an exclusive one-on-one interview. LaVergne reveals the first time he met Simpson and his first impressions of the man behind the trial of the century.
Malcolm LaVergne, who represented O.J. Simpson in court, explains why he wanted to defend him. Then, he weighs in on the 2008 sentencing that sent Simpson to prison for armed robbery and kidnapping.
Attorney Malcolm LaVergne discusses the judgment behind the Goldmans’ civil lawsuit against his client, O.J. Simpson. Plus, he reveals how Simpson feels about the continued attention on his notoriety.
In the initial O.J. Simpson trial, Christopher Darden was one of the co-prosecuting attorneys. He opens up to Dr. Oz about his reaction to Simpson’s 1995 acquittal and recent release this past summer.
Attorney Christopher Darden reveals how the O.J. Simpson murder trial personally impacted him.
Attorney Christopher Darden weighs in on O.J. Simpson’s release from jail, why he still believes Simpson is guilty, and what he thinks about the 1995 murder trial today.
Dr. Oz and attorney Christopher Darden discuss one of the key pieces of evidence behind O.J. Simpson’s 1995 murder trial. Plus, Darden reveals what he wouldn’t tell Simpson now.
On June 12, 1994, Jill Shively was driving east when she almost collided with O.J. Simpson’s truck. She recounts what happened afterward.
Guest Jill Shively reveals why she still feels guilty today for not testifying in the 1995 murder trial against O.J. Simpson. Then, crime correspondent Melissa Moore discusses what may have changed the outcome of the trial.
Guest Jill Shively describes how the O.J. Simpson murder trial and his prison release continues to affect her personally.
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