NV v. SIMPSON & STEWART (2008)

O.J. Simpson is accused of rounding up five men, and bursting into a Las Vegas hotel room to steal a trove of sports memorabilia from two collectibles dealers. Simpson’s lawyers argue that he was trying to retrieve personal keepsakes that had been stolen from his home, and that he did not know that two of the five men had carried or displayed guns. The trial features testimony from four of Simpson’s five accomplices. The key evidence against Simpson and Clarence Stewart is hours of audio recordings of the planning, execution and aftermath of the incident.

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NV v. SIMPSON & STEWART (2008)