FLORIDA v. SIMPSON

Seven years after O.J. Simpson's acquittal in the Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murder cases, “The Juice” is back in the courtroom. This time he’s charged with battery and for burglarizing a car in a road-rage case. Facing up to 16 years in prison for what O.J.’s lawyer called “a very minor traffic altercation,” Simpson, again, pleads “not guilty.”

  • COURT TV IS YOUR FRONT ROW SEAT TO JUSTICE.     Coverage continues in West Virginia v. Vandergriff. Mr. Vandergriff is facing life in prison after he allegedly struck and killed a 38-year-old father trying to protect children on a school bus.      Now available in Court TV’s Trials On Demand: Ohio v. Yazeed Essa. Dr. Essa was on trial for allegedly poisoning his wife, Rosemarie, with cyanide, resulting in her death. Essa fled the country when he became a suspect, ensuing an international manhunt.

FLORIDA v. O.J. SIMPSON (2001)