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Los Angeles, California / Simpson Murder Case #359108

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 26, 1994
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(Los Angeles: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The first day of jury selection in the O.J. Simpson murder case featured; courtroom scenes shown. [Judge Lance ITO - states potential juror's problems.] Jury selection process explained. [Defense jury consultant Jo-Ellan DIMITRIUS - expects selection to take a month.] Scenes outside the courthouse shown. [Jury consultant Ann Harriet COLE - describes defense and prosecution selection strategies.] ["Los Angeles Times" Andrea FORD - summarizes the jury selection results.]

(Los Angeles: Connie Chung) The signing of a new California law barring crime witnesses and jurors from selling their stories until a prescribed time after the conclusion of a trial reported.

(Los Angeles: Reed Galin) The results of a CBS News survey with regard to the Simpson trial featured. [Poll respondents Robert SCOTT, Faye CADMUS, Michael ARNOLDY, Miachell ROBINSON - express opinions about the evidence presented thus far and Simpson's guilt or innocence.]

(Los Angeles: Connie Chung) Further results of the CBS News survey reported.

Chung, Connie;
Galin, Reed;
Whitaker, Bill

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