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California / Murder Trials #360007

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 14, 1995
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Reed Galin) The costly and lengthy high-profile California murder trials examined at the time of the opening of the second murder trial for Lyle and Eric Menendez examined. ["Los Angeles Times" Howard ROSENBERG - compares the Menendez trial with that of O.J. Simpson.] The murder cases of Richard Davis, accused of the murder of Polly Klaas, and serial killer Charles Ng mentioned. [Defense attorney Ephraim MARGOLIN, Wisconsin county court Judge Thomas BARLAND - comment.] State efforts to devise reforms for the judicial system detailed. [Texas district court Judge Shearn SMITH - says the "Selena" trial has been "managed."]

Galin, Reed;
Schieffer, Bob

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