The O. J. Simpson Trials: Rhetoric, Media, and the Law

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Appendix A: Key Dates in the
O. J. Simpson Cases

The material below is adapted from the following sources:

The Associated Press. ( 1995, October 3). Key days in O. J. case. The Albuquerque Tribune, p. C2.

Key dates in the O. J. Simpson case. ( 1997, February 5). CNN Interactive [On-line]. Available: http://cnn.com/US/9702/05/oj.timeline/ index.html.

1994
June 12 Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman are stabbed to death outside of Nicole's condominium.
June 13 O. J. Simpson, Nicole's ex-husband, arrives in Chicago. Detectives go to Simpson's estate and conduct a warrantless search. Simpson is told of the slayings and flies back to Los Angeles. He undergoes questioning at police headquarters.
June 16 Simpson accompanies his youngest children, Sydney and Justin, to his ex-wife's funeral; friends and family attend Goldman's funeral.
June 17 Simpson is charged with murder. Upon failing to surrender as promised, Simpson is declared a fugitive. He is later spotted in a white Ford Bronco with friend Al Cowlings driving. Police follow for sixty miles, ending at Simpson's home where he is arrested.
July 8 After a six-day preliminary hearing, Judge Kathleen Kennedy-Powell finds "ample evidence" for a trial.
July 2 Simpson pleads "absolutely, 100 percent not guilty"; the case is assigned to Judge Lance Ito.
July 2 Goldman's mother files a wrongful-death lawsuit against Simpson, alleging he "willfully, wantonly and maliciously" killed her son.

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