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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Bill Redeker) Ruling by Judge Kathleen Kennedy- Powell to bind over O.J. Simpson trial on murder charges after the last day of testimony in the preliminary hearing featured; courtroom scenes shown. [KENNEDY-POWELL - denies the defense's motion to dismiss.] [University of California at Los Angeles law professor Peter ARENELLA - says there was probable cause.] [On the stand, deputy medical examiner Dr. Irwin GOLDEN - describes the fatal knife wounds to Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.] [Defense attorney Robert SHAPIRO, prosecutor Marcia CLARK - address the court about probable cause.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Interview held with independent analysts forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht. [WECHT - reviews the problems with the prosecutors' case.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings; Los Angeles: Cynthia McFadden) The coming arraignment process and the advantages for the defense in going for a speedy trial discussed.
- Jennings, Peter;
- McFadden, Cynthia;
- Redeker, Bill
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