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Los Angeles, California / Simpson Murder Case / The Trial #160081

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 27, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Story in the "Los Angeles Times" that a ninth juror in the O.J. Simpson murder trial is being investigated for misconduct noted. [Eighth dismissed juror, Francine FLORIO-BUNTEN - denies having a book deal or kicking a fellow juror or that the jury has made up its mind.]

(Los Angeles: Aaron Brown) The defense's handling of the presentation of DNA blood evidence analyzed; courtroom scenes shown while the problems the defense team has had is reviewed. [Cellmark Diagnostics director Dr. Robin COTTON - explains how DNA works.] Testimony of several witnesses in response to defense queries shown.

Brown, Aaron;
Crier, Catherine

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