The O. J. Simpson Case

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O.J. Simpson was a beloved NFL football player and actor. He was very successful throughout his career and went on to win a Heisman Trophy. However, people may now remember him more for something else, being on trial for the murder of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. He was ultimately found not guilty, but the evidence states otherwise. Blood is the first piece of evidence. It 's circumstantial, biological, and class. It was crucially important to the case. At the crime scene, the investigators found blood. They collected it and analyzed it, by running tests. The tests came back to prove that the blood was the same type as O.J. Only 0.5% of the population would have matched. To add to that O.J. had cuts on his hand the day after the murder. The defense tried to argue that he cut himself while retrieving a phone from his Bronco, but this could have only resulted from accidently cutting himself while in the middle of relentlessly stabbing Nicole and Ronald. …show more content…

It 's circumstantial, biological, and individual. The crime scene investigators dusted the scene for DNA samples. They picked up hair and some fibers. They tested the hair and analyzed it. It turned out to be the same as the one found on the Bundy house. It belonged to O.J. The hairs tie O.J. to the crime scene. He was most likely there the night of the crime. The fibers also connected O.J. to the crime. The defense tried to argue that the DNA was contaminated, and even went so far as to say that it could have possibly been planted by a fellow police

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