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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The revelation at the first day of O.J. Simpson's preliminary hearing reported. [Cutlery store co-owner Allen WATTENBERG - talks about a knife sold to Simpson.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Redeker) The wrangling between the prosecution and defense over hair and bloodstain evidence in the Simpson murder case hearing featured; courtroom scenes shown. [LAPD criminalist Michele KESTLER - talks about hair evidence.] [Simpson attorney Robert SHAPIRO - defends his approach.] The new disclosures at the evidence hearing mentioned. [Former District Attorney Robert PHILIBOSIAN, UCLA law school Peter ARENELLA - analyze the hearings.] The defense motion to suppress certain physical evidence noted.
(Los Angeles: Ken Kashiwahara) Police search for evidence in areas near the Simpsons' homes today and the day after the murders examined; scenes shown from the sites; blood evidence reviewed. [Defense attorney Leslie ABRAMSON - cites the possible significance of the evidence.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Kashiwahara, Ken;
- Redeker, Bill
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