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Los Angeles, California / Simpson Murder Case / The Trial #158848

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 17, 1995
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(Studio: Barbara Walters) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Redeker) The dismissal of a fifth juror and further testimony by police detective Philip Vannatter at the O.J. Simpson murder trial examined; courtroom scenes shown. [Judge Lance ITO - excuses Juror No. 602.] The reaction of dismissed juror Tracy Kennedy quoted. [University of California at Los Angeles law school professor Peter ARENELLA - says the prosecution will be happy with the new juror.] The sex/race makeup of the current jury reviewed. [In response to questions from deputy district attorney Christopher Darden, VANNATTER - talks about blood evidence.] The evidence the jury will likely hear next week previewed.

(Studio: Barbara Walters) Tonight's interview with defense attorney F. Lee Bailey on "20/20" previewed.

Redeker, Bill;
Walters, Barbara

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