Essay On Oj Simpson

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Legal history A system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties, this is the definition of law. Although the definition of law is evident and perceptible,the portrayal and act of law varies. Throughout the justice system there are many inconsistencies such as the type of law, there is common,criminal,civil, and administrative. Throughout these systems of law there are also criminal proceedings. In these criminal proceedings, some will find that the verdict is just. While others may disagree. In legal history there are many cases where an unjust verdict is apparent. One case that has been infamously known to have an incorrect verdict is the case of The people V.S Oj Simpson. This criminal trial is one of the …show more content…

The case begins on June 12th,1994 when Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman are stabbed to death. Their bodies found in the front courtyard of Nicole's condominium in Brentwood. Oj is taken into custody and pleads “not guilty” to both criminal charges. However, there are several crucial pieces of evidence that suggest otherwise. Some evidence that suggest that Oj was responsible for the murders include; Neighbors witnessing Oj driving away from the murder scene around the time of the murder, DNA test proving that three of the blood stains found near the rear gate of Nicole's house belonged to Oj Simpson, Oj had an alby for every hour of the day except the time that the murder took place, and many more implicating pieces of evidence. However, even with all of the incriminating pieces of evidence shown throughout the case, Oj Simpson was acquitted of all criminal charges. This is in my opinion,is the biggest travesty on the legal system known to

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