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Simpson Civil Trial #374398

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 08, 1997
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The jury deliberations in the penalty phase of the O.J. Simpson civil trial reviewed. [Loyola law school attorney Dan SCHECHTER - says a high award is possible.] The disputed issue of O.J.'s future earning potential outlined. [Sports memorabilia merchant Larry LEVINE - comments.] Video shown from the golf course where O.J. was playing when a small plane landed there. [Two PEOPLE - say they saw O.J.] (Artist: Bill Robles)

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Interview held with legal consultant Laurie Levenson. [Loyola Law School LEVENSON - explains the jury's task in coming to a monetary judgement and what legal moves will likely follow.]

Robles, Bill;
Whitaker, Bill;
Zahn, Paula

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