A re-telling of the OJ Simpson murder trial from the perspective of the jurors.
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Episode credited cast:
Christopher McDaniel ...
Deputy / Inmate / Cameraman
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Juror Michael Knox
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David Aldana ...
Himself - Juror #19
F. Lee Bailey ...
Himself (archive footage)
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Roland Cooper
Juditha Brown ...
Herself (archive footage)
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Herself (archive footage)
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Himself (archive footage)
Robin Cotton ...
Herself - DNA Expert (archive footage)
Yolanda Crawford ...
Herself - Juror #2
Lionel Cryer ...
Himself - Juror #247 (as Lon Cryer)
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Himself
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Marcia Clark
Carl Douglas ...
Himself
Mark Fuhrman ...
Himself (archive footage)
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A re-telling of the OJ Simpson murder trial from the perspective of the jurors.

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Season 1, Episode 2: O.J. Simpson
19 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

The Jury Speaks (2017)

Season 1, Episode 2: O.J. Simpson

The infamous O.J. Simpson murder case is the focus of this second episode and we get interviews with four of the jurors as well as other people from the trial including Christopher Darden who was speaking out for the first time in a while. The idea behind this series is an interesting one and as someone totally caught up in the SImpson case, it was very interesting hearing from the jurors. Some of hte subjects discussed include their thoughts of getting on the juror, what it was like behind the scenes and they're also asked about their thoughts on their verdict. For the most part this here was an entertaining documentary thanks in large part to the interviews with the jurors. I've always said that the right verdict was made because of the various mess ups with the Prosecution as well as the Mark Furman issues. With that said, i think it's safe to say that there were several jurors who were going to vote Not Guilty no matter what and one person is included here and I must say that I'm somewhat shocked she managed to get on the jury but, as is explained here, this was another problem with the Proseuction.

Episode: A-


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