Boers: Let's Not Forget The Collateral Damage Of O.J. SimpsonTo his everlasting credit, Fred Goldman has shown us all that being a dad doesn’t just stop in a fateful moment. It endures forever.
Keidel: What's Left To Say About O.J. Simpson?O.J. Simpson is the most polarizing sports figure of the last 50 years. What people think about him says more about society than about him.
Baffoe: The People Vs. O.J. Simpson's ParoleHow do we reconcile everything that is O.J. Simpson?
Chicago Lawyer: O.J. Simpson Parole Likely, JustifiedAndrew Stoltmann with Stoltmann Law Offices in Chicago understands that many don't want to see the 70-year-old walk free, but he has some trouble with why.
Police Testing Knife Possibly Buried At O.J. Simpson Home For DNA EvidenceAuthorities in Los Angeles are testing a knife purportedly buried on the property of O.J. Simpson's former estate for DNA evidence to determine if it might be connected to one of the most infamous murders in U.S. history.
Ham: NFL and Undue ProcessThere's a difference between innocent and not guilty.
20 Years Later: Law Professor Looks Back At O.J. Murder TrialTwenty years ago Thursday, actor and former football star O.J. Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and friend Ronald Goldman were found murdered outside of her townhouse in Los Angeles. What ensued was thought by many to be the trial of the century or, at the very least, the decade.
OJ Returns To Las Vegas Court In Bid For New TrialThe shackles and blue prison garb seemed to weigh down O.J. Simpson as he returned to a Las Vegas courtroom on Monday to ask for a new trial in the armed robbery-kidnapping case that sent him to prison in 2008.
O.J. Simpson Reportedly Trying To Sell Knife Allegedly Used To Kill Ex-WifeAccording to a report, former NFL legend and convicted felon O.J. Simpson is trying to sell the knife allegedly used to kill ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman for $5 million.
O.J. Simpson Asking For Appeal For Hotel HeistThe courtroom is a familiar place for O.J. Simpson. The former football player is asking the Nevada Supreme Court to consider an appeal for his conviction in a Las Vegas hotel room heist.