Presentation on theme: "Types of Evidence How much is it enough?. O J Simpson Bloody shoe prints: The bloody shoe prints matched a size 12 Bruno Magli shoe, a relatively rare."— Presentation transcript:
O J Simpson Bloody shoe prints: The bloody shoe prints matched a size 12 Bruno Magli shoe, a relatively rare Italian- made model. Simpson wears size 12 shoes.
O J Simpson Crime scene hairs and fibers: Hairs found in a dark knit cap were similar to Simpson's hairs; fibers on a cap were similar to those in the carpeting of Simpson's Ford Bronco; dark blue cotton fibers were found on Goldman.
O J Simpson Bloody gloves One dark, cashmere-lined Aris Light leather glove, size extra large, was found at the murder scene, another behind Simpson's guest house, near where Brian "Kato'' Kaelin heard bumps in the night. Ms. Simpson bought Simpson two pair of such gloves in 1990. DNA tests showed blood on glove found on Simpson's property appeared to contain genetic markers of Simpson and both victims; a long strand of blond hair similar to Ms. Simpson's also was found on that glove.
O J Simpson Bloody socks: Pair of dark, crumpled socks found at the foot of Simpson's bed; DNA tests found the genetic markers of Simpson and his ex-wife.
O J Simpson Bloody Bronco: Small spot of blood found near driver's outside door handle of Simpson's Ford Bronco; other blood found smeared inside on console, door, steering wheel and carpeting; DNA tests showed some of the blood apparently a mixture with genetic markers of Simpson and the victims.
O J Simpson Timeline: Murders occurred between 10:15 p.m. and 10:40 p.m., based on testimony from prosecution and defense witnesses who heard barking from the area of the crime scene. Ms. Simpson's blood-covered pet Akita was found shortly before 11 p.m.
O J Simpson Violent past: Through 911 calls to police and testimony, prosecutors allege a history of Simpson hitting, degrading and stalking Ms. Simpson.
What was the outcome? What was the final verdict for O J Simpson? What type of evidence was presented?
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