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O.J. Simpson Murder Trial - Arlington Shadow Jury (1995)

Jim Ruddy

Sound | 1995

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  •  A reporter with the Star-Telegram explains to the panelists how the shadow jury will work 
  •  Interview with the reporter about the purpose of the panel 
  •  The panelists cast their initial verdicts 
  •  Interviews with the panelists about why they are serving on the shadow jury and whether or not they believe Simpson is guilty 
  •  Interviews with a restaurant patrons about the extensive media coverage of the trial 
 
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Televised across the country by Court TV, the 1995 murder trial of O.J. Simpson became arguably the most publicized criminal case in American history. To give a local perspective to the national story, the Star-Telegram elected to form a panel of Arlington residents to watch the trial unfold and pass their own verdict. This unedited news report about the shadow panel begins by showing a Star-Telegram reporter explaining the purpose of the panel. Next, Dallas-based director Jim Ruddy interviews panel members about their opinions of the trial so far. Ruddy also speaks with patrons at a local restaurant, J. Gilligan’s, about the explosive media coverage of the trial.