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I watched the trial and the media coverage relentlessly I worked out of my home at the time inoffizieole Marcia was literally raked over the coals for every move she made, every word she said. No matter what you think you know of this trial, this book shows none of us knew the half of it.

Providing a view point really nobody saw and showed feelings the nation neglected it see. She and her staff are up against an array of the legal profession’s highest paid practitioners, the client is rich, and the judge is afraid to offend and tries too ppay-tv to play it down the middle.

While she pulled no punches and tossed many key players in the OJ Simpson murder trial under the proverbial bus, Clark supported her arguments with first-hand knowledge that might significantly shape the views of readers who may remember the circus that inundated the inoffizkelle in and Simpson trial from her point of view.

Her voice is raw, incisive, disarming, unmistakable.


The reason I read this book was due to the I was five when the murder trial of O. Not only does it talk about what is going on from her perspective, but it waters down difficult forensic terminology so anyone can understand it. How sad that justice could not be properly served by those who, for so many reasons, felt it more important to protect a famous man who happened to have black skin This case, with its unbelievable innocent verdict, has been fascinating for years.

Being in my earlier ages during the Simpson trial, I’ve since been intrigued by the case that gripped the nation. Aug 30, Jeanette De Jesus rated it really liked it.

We see how the case effected her personally, professionally, and emotionally. While it is difficult to read Marcia’s story because of the ultimate verd This book is outstanding.

I do love your fictional work, which I hope you pepper with your real-life cases. I didn’t expect a jury to not care about domestic violence. I am so glad I chose to read this.


She produces hair, blood and clothing with Simpson’s and his victims’ blood intertwined. Growing up I had heard of OJ Simpson and vague references to a trial, having said that I was around 4 or 5 during the murders and trial so Nioffizielle had little knowledge on the subject.

No only did he do it, but he flaunted about getting off doing it. There wasn’t some piece of huge, jaw-dropping evidence from the defence that proved Simpson’s innocence. Clark is an unassuming feminist hero in her refusal to accept the treatment she received and her vociferous advocacy for a woman who was no longer able to speak for herself, Nicole Brown-Simpson.


This book made me so angry so many times, not because of the writing but because of how much of a circus it was allowed to become. The book is just page after page of this and I just couldn’t push myself into reading another minute of it.

This book is outstanding. I watched the O.

There was way too much evidence pointing in the guilty direction. Some day it would be cool to meet her.

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Ironically, the day I’m writing this review is the very day that Casey Anthony was found not guilty O. I watched the trial and the media coverage relentlessly I worked out of my home at the time and Marcia was literally raked over the coals for every mo “Sausage Party Vs. I don’t remember it all vividly, but I think a lot of us remember where we were when that verdict was read. Oct 19, Sherie Lees rated it it was amazing. There is little joy in the book and the theme is quite morose.

I was relatively young then, and I didn’t follow the case that closely. My heart broke for them. A sad story, in many ways, that highlights the racial divide that lives within us and how hard it is for decently paid but not rich public servants to convict and rich and powerful man.