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A Requiem for Johnny CochranWhen Cochran passed away this past Spring, he left a legacy of groundbreaking work that actually set him apart from the pack long before O.J. had even taken the football field. Read on to find out more about his legacy.Read full article
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Law, murder and the science of computer forensics WhenCollege Professor Thomas Murray was tried for the 2003 murder of his ex-wife, many pieces of evidence were brought into play. Among them were his blood found at the crime scene and the video of his ten-hour interrogation by police. But, surprisingly, neither of these counted as the most novel and compelling piece of evidence. That was found somewhere else: Murray's own computer. Read full article
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Just the Facts Sir: The People v. Michael JacksonThe Michael Jackson trial is sure to have all the drama of Hollywood movie—money, fame, sex, alcohol, conspiracy—and we can't forget the sparring of the lawyers. Interestingly, both the prosecutor and defense attorney are former boxers—skills that just may come in handy in what is sure to become a true courtroom battle over the next few weeks or even months.Read full article
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