CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 07, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Santa Monica: Bill Whitaker) Jury deliberations in the O.J. Simpson civil trial on punitive damages featured; courtroom sketches shown while arguments from defense attorney Robert Baker and plaintiff attorney Daniel Petrocelli about O.J.'s finances are outlined. (Artist: Bill Robles)
(Studio: Dan Rather) Analysis of the Simpson civil trial presented. [Law professor/former prosecutor Laurie LEVENSON, Kristin JEANNETTE-MEYERS - talk about the jury and Simpson's finances.]
(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) The Brown family's appeal to win custody of Simpson's two children outlined; details given of the first custody battle which Simpson won and the controversy surrounding Judge Nancy Wieben Stock. [Brown family attorney Natasha ROIT - comments on the case.] [Family court lawyer attorney Sorrell TROPE - says Simpson's conduct toward the children is the real issue.]
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