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The Triumph of Justice

Closing the Book On the Simpson Saga

by Daniel Petrocelli

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The Triumph of Justice by Daniel Petrocelli
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    Apr 1998, 644 pages
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    Jun 1999, 644 pages

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This started the process of disciplining Simpson to answer my questions. Simpson was very skilled at putting self-serving argument and spin on his answers, rarely giving a straightforward response and hoping to deflect the aim of the question. It was critical that I not let him get away with this; whoever was in control was going to carry the day.

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