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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Bill Redeker) Judge Lance Ito's decision on the defense's handling of its witness list in the O.J. Simpson murder trial featured; courtroom scenes shown; names listed of defense witnesses Ito ruled cannot be mentioned until all others are called. [Outside court, defense co-counsel Johnnie COCHRAN - defends the defense's approach.] [ITO - reads statement.] [Former L.A. district attorney Robert PHILIBOSIAN - analyzes the ruling against the defense.] Cochran's opening statement on police procedures in handling evidence at the crime site and on why O.J. could not have committed the crime reviewed in detail. [July 1994, police Detective Mark FUHRMAN - testifies about the gloves.] [COCHRAN - addresses the court.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings; Los Angeles: Cynthia McFadden) The issues raised at today's trial session discussed; O.J.'s telephone call to girlfriend Paula Barbieri and the blood evidence mentioned.
- Jennings, Peter;
- McFadden, Cynthia;
- Redeker, Bill
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