Investigative Mistakes in the O.J. Simpson Murder Case

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Essay #: 051428
Total text length is 11,284 characters (approximately 7.8 pages).

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Investigative Mistakes in the O.J. Simpson Murder Case
Abstract
This paper shall review the investigatory shortcomings of the O. J. Simpson trial. There were many mistakes made by the investigators. The highly criticized sloppiness of the gathering of the evidence and maintenance of the integrity of the crime scene will be reviewed. The lack of diligence in investigating all possibilities shall be explored and the failure to take celebrity into account will be discussed. The outcome of what is still called the trial of the century is part of legal history, but the second guessing of the prosecution and the admiration of the defense will continue to be the subject of continued discussion.,
Investigative Mistakes in the O.J. Simpson Murder...
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..... standard regardless if the suspect is an A-list celebrity or an ordinary citizen, they deserve a thorough investigation of the facts to serve the universal cause of justice.
References
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Brinkworth, M. (October 4, 2000) New clues in OJ Simpson Murder Mystery. BBC News America. Retrieved, April 23, 2009, from http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/954700.stm
Fausset, R., Guccione, J. and Haynes, K. (May 13, 2001). Celebrity Cases Put Pressure on Police. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved, April 23, 2009, from http://articles.latimes.com/2001/may/13/local/me-62957