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I would tell her face to face, “Well done! Jun 10, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: This case, with its unbelievable innocent verdict, has been fascinating for years. The stress often threatens to overwh Riveting book. We never store sensitive information about our customers in cookies.
Sometimes, we also use a cookie to keep track of your trolley contents. Whether she might be right or not is not up to me to determine, but it was way over the top. Her story is both sweeping and deeply personal. Everything I had heard indicated that Simpson quite literally got away with murder.
She produces hair, blood and clothing with Simpson’s and his victims’ blood intertwined. It’s a fricking double murder and the male officers are laughing and joking around with him and he makes “you know how women can be” jokes. As I read this I couldn’t imagine how terrifying that must felt. She decisively captures the atmosphere of tension in a post-race riot LA, but she refuses to let the reader forget that this case was about the brutal killing of two people – one of whom was a woman who was terrorised by the man she married.
Lists with This Book. It is a refreshing albeit brief look into the Trial of the ’90s and the soap opera of the century, which even a simultaneous return from the dead of both Victor Newman and Stefano DiMera could not have trumped.
We see how the case effected her personally, professionally, and emotionally.
The media running stories and debates about her appearance, her temperament, those ppay-tv sold topless photographs. What was it like, orchestrating the most controversial case of her career in the face of the media’s relentles Without a Doubt is not just a book about a trial.
It served again as a way to get a glimpse of the personal as well as professional lives of the lead prosecutor in the OJ Simpson trial. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The greatest injustice we all have done as a society is to ddas over the abuse the women in this case have suffered to “right a wrong” and “send a message” because of the alleged racism.
I was so disgusted with people as pay-hv whole while reading this that I just couldn’t finish it. Nov 12, Lois rated it it was amazing.
The lead prosecutor explains why. I think that the misogyny of the legal profession continues as does racism. She gets a bit personal at time and though some of it isn’t necessary, it wasn’t in either and I think that’s part of the lesson.
No muss, no fuss. I didn’t expect a jury to not care about domestic violence.
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A activation email has been sent to you. While it is difficult to read Marcia’s story because of the ultimate verdict as well as all the crap she was put through for being a woman, in the end Marcia has a good message about the importance of diverse juries and the importance of seeing jury duty as a civic duty and not a chore as necessary means to improve the legal system.
Clark and the other public servants do their best against insurmountable odds, knowing in advance that they will lose. Officers went on domestic violence calls and ended up joking around with OJ and then got his autograph and left her there to be beaten again. Are there discussion questions for it somewhere?
Clark is an unassuming feminist hero in her refusal to accept the treatment she received and her vociferous advocacy for a woman who was no longer able to speak for herself, Nicole Brown-Simpson. How sad that justice could not be properly served by those who, for so many reasons, felt it more important to protect a famous man who happened to have black skin This case, with its unbelievable innocent verdict, has been fascinating for years.
Without a Doubt, by Marcia Clark 3 20 May 30, The reason I read this book was due to the documentary, ‘O. I had never heard of him as The Juice – my first awareness of him was as part of the trial.
Clark effectively showed how she fought tooth and nail for justice, but got only a major shaft from Ito and the clowns opposite her, with rulings, motions, and objections that could not have been concocted for a Hollywood script.
And now, she has put it all behind I hope and has become a successful writer.