Kellermann's Kollectionn of:
Last Updated 08/27/97

  1. Abramson, Jeffrey. (1995). "After the O.J. Trial: The Quest to Create a Color-Blind Jury." Chronicle of Higher Education, 42(10) (Nov. 3, 1995), B1-.

  2. Abujamal, M. (1996). "The Power of Money: The Defining Element in the O.J. Simpson Case and the Criminal Justice System in the United States." Index on Censorship, 25(1), 71-72.

  3. Adams, Briggs. (Nov., 1994). "What If O.J. Were Tried In Chicago." Chicago Lawyer, 17(11), 4-.

  4. Alexander, S. L. (1996). "The Impact of California v. Simpson on Cameras in the Courtroom." Judicature, 79(4), 169-172.

  5. Altshuler, Albert W. (1996). "Our Faltering Jury." Public Interest, 122, 28-38.

  6. Anastaplo, George. (1995). "On Crime, Criminal Lawyers, and O.J. Simpson: Plato's Gorgias Revisited." Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal, 26(3), 455-.

  7. Anderson, Lisa M. (Fall, 1995). "Presumed Guilty: Or, I Thought This was the Movie of the Week." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 40-42.

  8. Arenella, P. (1996). "Foreword: O.J Lessons." Southern California Law Review, 69(4), 1233-1265.

  9. Association of the Bar of the City of New York. (1995). "The O.J. Simpson Case and Capital Punishment." Howard Law Journal, 38(2), 247-.

  10. Baumbach, Jonathan. (1996). "Juice, a Film by Oliver Stone: A Speculative Fiction Based on New Information Uncovered by the Filmmaker." Film Comment, (32)2, 7-.

  11. Begley R. (1995). "Sound-Bite Science: Zeneca Subsidiary Goes Prime Time At The OJ Trial." Chemical Week, 156(22) (June 7, 1995), 60.

  12. Bryant, F.B., & Brockway, J.H. (1997). "Hindsight Bias in Reaction to the Verdict in the O.J. Simpson Criminal Trial." Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 19(2), 225-241.

  13. Bulkin, Elly, & Thompson, Becky W. (1994). "The Spectacle of Race in the O.J. Simpson Case." Sojourner, 20(1), 9-.

  14. Burcham, David W. (1996). "High Profile Trials: Can Government Sell the 'Right' to Broadcast the Proceedings?" UCLA Entertainment Law Review, 3(2), 169-.

  15. Burleigh, Nina. (1994). "Preliminary Judgments: Question Raised by O.J. Simpson Case About Discrimination in Criminal Justice Administration and the Effect of Media Coverage on a Defendant's Chances for Fair Trial." ABA Journal, 80, 55-.

  16. Calhoun, J. (1995). "Scenes of the Crime: Scale Model Gives CBS News Intimate Access to Simpson Estate and Condo for Their Coverage of the Case." TCI, 29(6), 14.

  17. Carbado, D.W. (1997). "The Construction of O.J. Simpson as a Racial Victim." Harvard Civil Rights--Civil Liberties Law Review, 32(1), 49-103.

  18. Chance, Sandra F. (Fall, 1995). "Considering Cameras in the Courtroom." Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39, 555-561.

  19. Chemerinsky, Erwin. (1995). "Trial Over, Simpson Analyst Re-Evaluates: Educating the Public is Noble, But How Commentators Do It Needs Scrutiny." ABA Journal, 81, 100.

  20. Chesterman, M. (1997). "O.J. and the Dingo: How Media Publicity Relating to Criminal Cases Tried by Jury is Dealt With In Australia and America." American Journal of Comparative Law, 45(1), 109-147.

  21. Cochran, Johnnie L. (1996). "How Can You Defend Those People?" Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 30(1), 39-.

  22. Cohen, J. (1995). "Forensic DNA: Genes and Behavior Make an Appearance in the O.J. Trial." Science, 268(5207), 22-23.

  23. Cole, , Jeffrey. (1997). "Daniel M. Petrocelli: Reflections on the O.J. Simpson Case." Litigation, 23(3), 6.

  24. Coleman, Mary. (1995). "Our Current Human Sacrifice Dramas." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 398-399.

  25. Cossack, Roger. (1996). "What You See Is Not Always What You Get: Thoughts on the O.J. Trial and the Camera." Software Law Journal, 14(3), 555-.

  26. Cottrol, Robert J. (1996). "Through a Glass Diversely: The O.J. Simpson Trial as Racial Rorschach Test." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 909-.

  27. Cox, William E., & Matthews, Frank L. (1995). "Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Interview." Black Issues in Higher Education, 12(18), 6-.

  28. Crenshaw, Kimberle. (1995). "The Identity Factor in Multiculturalism." Liberal Education, 81(4), 6-11.

  29. Curtin, Leah L. (1994). "O.J., You and Me." Nursing Management, 25(9), 36-37.

  30. Davis, Marc, & Davis, Kevin. (1995). "Star Rising for Simpson Jury Consultant: Social Science and Luck Helped Jo-Ellan Dimitrius Choose Sympathetic Panel." ABA Journal, 81, 14.

  31. DeBenedictis, Don J. (1994). "The National Verdict: A.B.A. Survey on Public Attitudes Towards O.J. Simpson Case." ABA Journal, 80, 52-.

  32. deMause, Lloyd. (1995). "Shooting at Clinton, Prosecuting O.J., and Other Sacrificial Rituals." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 378-393.

  33. Dervin, Dan. (1995). "On Target." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 394-398.

  34. Dervin, D. (1996). "The O.J. Simpson Trial as an Enactment of the Other State of the Union." Journal of Psychohistory, 24(1), 64-70.

  35. Duggan, Ross, & Duggan, Fiona. (1995). "A Matter of Opinion: The Simpson Trial Legacy." Oregon State Bar Bulletin, 56(1), 62-.

  36. Dupre, D. B. (1996). "Blood or Taco Sauce: The Chemistry Behind Criminalists' Testimony in the O.J. Simpson Murder Case." Journal of Chemical Education, 73(1), 60-61.

  37. Eaton, William J. (1995). "Just Like O.J.'s Trial, But Without Kato." American Journalism Review, 17(10), 12-.

  38. Edwards, R. Gary, & Hughes, Jon. (1995). "Canadians Believe Simpson, Bernardo Both Guilty." Gallup Poll, 55(42) (May 29, 1995), 1-.

  39. Ehrenreich, Nancy S. (1996). "O.J. Simpson and the Myth of Gender/Race Conflict." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 931-.

  40. Esposito, Steven A. (1996). "Presumed Innocent? A Comparative Analysis of Network News', Primetime News Magazines', and Tabloid TV's Pretrial Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Criminal Case." Communications and the Law, 18(4), 49-72.

  41. Feldman, S. (Spring, 1995). "Everybody, the Jury -- OJTV (Coverage of the Simpson, O.J. Case)." Queens Quarterly, 102, 167-173.

  42. Fiske, John. (1996). "Admissible Postmodernity: Some Remarks on Rodney King, O.J. Simpson, and Contemporary Culture." University of San Francisco Law Review, 30(4), 917-.

  43. Fitzpatrick, Kathy, & Kendrick, Alice. (1995). "Public Perception of Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Story One Week After 'The Chase'." Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 11(1), 81.

  44. Floyd, Jami. (1995). "The Other Box: Intersectionality and the O.J. Simpson Trial." Hastings Women's Law Journal, 6(2), 241-.

  45. Frederick, Heather. (1997). "O.J. Mania: Blessing or Bane?" Restaurant Business, 96(1), 17.

  46. Fricke, G. (1996). "O.J. Simpson Revisited: Using a Voir Dire in Empanelling a Jury Does Not Achieve a Representative Group." Law Institute Journal: The Official Organ of the Law Institute of Victoria, 70(1), 10-.

  47. Gaines, Stanley O., Jr. (Fall, 1995). "O.J. Simpson, Mark Fuhrman, and the Moral 'Low Ground' of Ethnic/Race Relations in the United States." The Black Scholar, 25, 46-47.

  48. Gerbner, George. (Fall, 1995). "Cameras on Trial: The 'O.J. Show' Turns the Tide." Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39(4), 562-568.

  49. Godwin, Robert. (1995). "The Making of an Anti- President: Dr. Clinton and Mr. Newt." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 399-403.

  50. Goldfarb, Ronald. (1995). "The Wrong Villain: The O.J. Simpson Media Circus Pitched Its Tent Far Beyond the Range of the Cameras in the Courtroom." American Journalism Review, 17(10), 17-.

  51. Gordon, Lewis R. (Fall, 1995). "A Lynching Well Lost." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 37-40.

  52. Graham, Deborah. (1995). "In the Simpson Spotlight: Commentators Find Lots of Fame But Little Fortune From Media Exposure." ABA Journal, 81, 49.

  53. Graham, Otis. (1996). "Thinking About O.J. Simpson and Multiplying Divisions: Interpreting History in a Fragmenting Society." The Public Historian, 18(1), 9-.

  54. Graham, Sandra, Weiner, Bernard, & Zucker, Gail Sahar. (1997). "An Attributional Analysis of Punishment Goals and Public Reactions to O.J. Simpson." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23(4), 331-346.

  55. Grand, William D. (1996). "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt: Why Jury Selection May Be the Most Important Part of Trial." Trial Diplomacy Journal, 19(2), 73-.

  56. Halevy, Drew Phillip. (1995). "The O.J. Simpson Interview Videotape." Film & History, 25(1), 65-.

  57. Harris, Cheryl I. (1996). "Myths of Race and Gender in the Trials of O.J. Simpson and Susan Smith: Spectacles of our Times." Washburn Law Journal, 35(2), 22-.

  58. Hastie, Reid, & Pennington, Nancy. (1996). "The O.J. Simpson Stories: Behavioral Scientists' Reflections on the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 957-.

  59. Hoffman, Paul L. (1997). "The Gag Order in the O.J. Simpson Civil Action: Lessons to be Learned?" Loyola Entertainment Law Journal, 17(2), 333-.

  60. Horgan, J. (1994). "High Profile: The Simpson Case Raises the Issue of DNA Reliability." Scientific American, 271(4), 33-36.

  61. Jordan, Vernon E. (1996). "Black America: Looking Inward or Outward?" Society, 33(3), 25-26.

  62. Joseph, Peniel E. (1995). "'Black' Reconstructed: White Supremacy in Post-Civil Rights America." Black Scholar, 25(4), 52-55.

  63. Katz, Michael. (1997). "Battle of the Network Stories." Broadcasting & Cable, 127(6), 18.

  64. Kane, Sharon. (1996). "What Part of Speech is O.J. Simpson?: Teaching Grammar and Style Through the News." English Journal, 85(7), 88-90.

  65. Keeva, Steven. (1995). "Circus-Like Trial Colors Expectations: Lawyers Must Re-Educate a More Cynical Public." ABA Journal, 81, 48C.

  66. Keeva, Steven. (1995). "Storm Warnings: After Months of Courtroom Maneuvering in the O.J. Simpson Case, the Public is Ready to Indict the Entire Criminal Justice System." ABA Journal, 81, 77-.

  67. Keeva, Steven, & Goldberg, S.B. (1996). "Panel Proposes Changes After OJ Trial Experience." ABA Journal, 82, 118.

  68. Kobre, Ken. (1994). "Not a 'Time' for Illustration. News Photographer, 49(10), S13.

  69. Kolarik, G.L., & Cassens, D. (1997). "A Psychological Payoff in OJ Case." ABA Journal, 83, 28-29.

  70. Kozol, Wendy. (1995). "Fracturing Domesticity: Media, Nationalism, and the Question of Feminist Influence." Signs, 20(3), 646-667.

  71. Krieger, Albert J. (1996). "Reflections on the O.J. Simpson Trial." Criminal Justice, 10(4), 2-.

  72. Laabs, J.L. (1995). "HR Professionals React to the OJ Verdict." Personnel Journal, 74(11), 11. [Correction/addition 75(1), 19.]

  73. Lamb, C. (1994). "The Popularity of O.J. Simpson Jokes: The More We Know, the More We Laugh." Journal of Popular Culture, 28(1), 223-231.

  74. Lassiter, Christo. (1996). "The O.J. Simpson Verdict: A Lesson in Black and White." Michigan Journal of Race & Law, 1(1), 69-.

  75. Latendresse, D., Smith, M., & Rettig, D. (July, 1996). "Black Identity - The O.J. Simpson, Case." Journal Of Social Distress And The Homeless, V5, N3:273-303.

  76. McAnemy, Leslie, & Saad, Lydia. (1994). "On Eve of Jury Selection, Majority of Americans Still Think O.J. Probably Did It." Gallup Poll Monthly, n348 (Sept. 1994), 7-.

  77. McClellan, Steve. (1995). "All Eyes on O.J.: Verdict in Murder Trial Estimated to Have Been Seen by More Than 150 Million." Broadcasting & Cable, 125(41), 6-.

  78. Meyer, Carol H. (1995). "More News From the Men's Club." Affilia Journal of Women and Social Work, 10(1), 5-.

  79. Minor, Diane. (1994). "NOW Taps Simpson Case to Fight Abuse of Women." Public Relations Journal, 50(8), 16-17.

  80. Mixon, K. D., Foley, L. A., & Orme, K. (Sept., 1995). The Influence Of Racial Similarity On The Simpson,O.J. Trial. Journal Of Social Behavior And Personality, V10 N3:481-490.

  81. Moore, David W. (1994). "Blacks and Whites Say Treatment of O.J. Simpson Has Been Fair." Gallup Poll Monthly, n346 (July, 1994), 2-.

  82. Moore, M. C., & Moore, L. J. (1997). "Fall From Grace: Implications of the O.J. Simpson Trial for PostModern Criminal Justice." Sociological Spectrum, 17(3), 305-322.

  83. Mueller, Christopher B. (1996). "Introduction: O.J. Simpson and the Criminal Justice System on Trial." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 727-.

  84. Nall, Hiram & Dennis, James. (1996). "The 1996 Elections and the Simpson Verdict: Is There a Connection?" Journal of Intergroup Relations, 23(3), 3-.

  85. Neville-Turner, J. (1994). "The O.J. Simpson Drama: One of the Causes Celebres of Legal History." Law Institute Journal: The Official Organ of the Law Institute of Victoria, 68(12), 1169-.

  86. Newhall, E. (1995). "At Last, An OJ Story: Johnnie Cochran, Gift to the Arts." Artnews, 94(6), 29.

  87. Newport, Frank. (1995). "Wrapping Up the O.J. Simpson Case." Gallup Poll Monthly, n362, p. 24-.

  88. Nowak, R. (1994). "Forensic DNA Goes to Court with O.J." Science, 265(5177), 1352-1354.

  89. Ogle, Robert R. (1996). "Commentary on Taff, M. L.: The Meaning of the O.J. Simpson Verdict." Journal of Forensic Sciences, 41(6), 1093-.

  90. Oliver, Eric. (1995). "O.J., Can You See? What TV Trials Confirm About Bias." Trial Diplomacy Journal, 18(5), 245-.

  91. Palermo, B.J. (1997). "A Rush To Reform: Critics Fear Some Simpson-Inspired Changes Are Misguided." ABA Journal, 83, 20-.

  92. Park, Roger C. (1996). "Character Evidence Issues in the O.J. Simpson Case, OR, Rationales of the Character Evidence Ban, With Illustrations From the Simpson Case." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 747-.

  93. Parloff, Roger. (1996). "Shootout at the O.J. Corral." The American Lawyer, 18(10), 71-.

  94. Pillsbury, Samuel H. (1997). "Time, TV, and Criminal Justice: Second Thoughts on the Simpson Trial." Criminal Law Bulletin, 33(1), 3-.

  95. Proctor, Margaret. (January 1, 1996). "Watching the O.J. Verdict: Confessions of a Communications 'Expert'." The Humanist, 56(1), 3-.

  96. Pugsley, Robert A. (1997). "This Courtroom is Not a Television Studio: Why Judge Fujisaki Made the Correct Call in Gagging the Lawyers and the Parties, and Banning the Cameras From the O.J. Simpson Civil Case." Loyola Entertainment Law Journal, 17(2), 369-.

  97. Raeder, Myrna S. (1995). "The Women of the Simpson Case: Does Gender Affect Justice?" Women Lawyers' Journal, 81(2), 13-.

  98. Raeder, Myrna S. (1996). "The Admissibility of Prior Acts of Domestic Violence: Simpson and Beyond." Southern California Law Review, 69(4), 1463- 1517.

  99. Ratner, Carl. (1996). "Solidifying Qualitative Methodology." Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5(3), 319-326.

  100. Regan, Trace. (1994). "Ethics and the Simpson Coverage: Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Murder Case." St. Louis Journalism Review, 23(169), 2-.

  101. Reske, Henry J. (1995). "Courtroom Cameras Face New Scrutiny: Critics Say Simpson Case Should Not Be Televised." ABA Journal, 81, 48D.

  102. Reske, Henry J. (1995). "Verdict on Simpson Trial: Observers Say Prosecution Lost the Case Over a Bloody Glove, Racist Cop." ABA Journal, 81, 48-.

  103. Rettig, Salomon, Latendresse, Daniel, & Smith, Michelle. (1996). "Black Identity: Response to Our Reviewers." Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5(3), 327-334.

  104. Reuben, Richard C. (1995). "O.J. Trial a Case Study in Stress: Experts Point to Ways of Coping When Courtrooms Heat Up, Tempers Flare." ABA Journal, 81, 14.

  105. Rice, Benjamin Z. (1996). "A Voice from People v. Simpson: Reconsidering the Propensity Rule in Spousal Homicide Cases." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 29(2), 939-.

  106. Robinson, David. (1996). "The Shift of the Balance of Advantage in Criminal Litigation: The Case of Mr. Simpson." Akron Law Review, 30(1), 1-.

  107. Rosen, Ruth. (1996). "The Long-Term Effects of the Thomas-Hill Hearings and the O.J. Simpson Case." Dissent, 43(2), 10-.

  108. Rosenberg, Charles B. (1995). "The Law After O.J." ABA Journal, 81, 72-.

  109. Rychlak, Joseph F. (1996). "An Enquiry Into the Hermeneutic-Dialectic Method of Inquiry." Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5(3), 305-317.

  110. Saad, Lydia. (1994). "Many Americans Caught In Emotional Grip of O.J. Simpson Affair." Gallup Poll Monthly, n345 (June, 1994), 10-.

  111. Saad, Lydia, & McAneny, Leslie. (1995, March). "Black Americans See Little Justice For Themselves: And Most Believe Simpson Not Guilty." Gallup Poll Monthly, 354, 32-.

  112. Sableman, Mark. (1994). "Simpson's Fair Trial Right: Impartial, Not Ignorant, Jurors." St. Louis Journalism Review, 23(168), 7-.

  113. Schmaltz, Kurt L., & Garvin, Thomas F. (1996). "A Panel of Distinguished Attorneys Analyzes the Need for Reform of the Criminal Justice System in the Wake of the O.J. Simpson Trial." Los Angeles Lawyer, 19(3), 32-.

  114. Schuetz, Janice. (1995). "Continuing the Dialogue: Legal and Research Evidence and the O.J. Simpson Trial." Western Journal of Communication, 59, 347-354.

  115. Shapiro, Robert L. (1994). "Secrets of a Celebrity Lawyer: How O.J.'s Chief Strategist Works the Press." Columbia Journalism Review, 33(3), 25- .

  116. Sharkey, Jacqueline. (1994). "Judgement Calls: Media Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Trial."" American Journalism Review, 16(7), 18-.

  117. Sharkey, Jacqueline. (1994). "The Best Defense: Jeffrey Toobin's Article in the New Yorker About the O.J. Simpson Case." American Journalism Review, 16(7), 27.

  118. Sharpley-Whiting, T. Denean. (1995). "[White] Ladyhood and [Black] Womanhood Revisited: Legitimacy, Violence, and Black Women." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 42-43.

  119. Shepard, Alicia S. (1994). "Anonymous Sources." American Journalism Review, 16(10), 18-.

  120. Sherwin, Richard K. (1995). "Law and the Myth of the Self in Mass Media Representations." International Journal for the Semiotics of Law/Revue Internationale de Semiotique Juridique, 8(24), 299-326.

  121. Shipp, E.R. (1994). "OJ and the Black Media: Neither a Typical Hero Nor a Typical Victim, He Challenges Typical Coverage." Columbia Journalism Review, 33(4), 39-.

  122. Stevenson, R. (1994). "The 1994 Fall Season: The O.J. Simpson Trial, a Science Soap." American Laboratory, 26(17), 6-8.

  123. Stewart, J. B. (1995). "Race, Science, and Just-us: Understanding Jurors' Reasonable Doubt in the O.J. Simpson Trial." Black Scholar, 25(4), 43-45.

  124. Strauss, Marcy. (1996). "From Witness to Riches: The Constitutionality of Restricting Witness Speech." Arizona Law Review, 38(1), 291-.

  125. Taff, Mark L. (1996). "The Meaning of the O.J. Simpson Verdict." Journal of Forensic Sciences, 41(4), 552-.

  126. Terrell, Melvin C. (1995). "The 3 Brothers: The Minister, the General, and the Defendant." Black Issues in Higher Education, 12(21), 35-.

  127. Thernstrom, Abigail, & Fetter, Henry D. (1996). "Race and the O.J. Trial: From Scottsboro to Simpson." The Public Interest, 122, 17-27.

  128. Thompson, Jennifer Berlinda. (Fall, 1995). "No Cause for Joy: A Womanist Response to the O.J. Trial and Its Aftermath." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 56-59.

  129. Thompson, William C. (1996). "DNA Evidence in the O.J. Simpson Trial." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 827-.

  130. Uelmen, Gerald F. (1996). "Lord Broughham's Bromide: Good Lawyers as Bad Citizens." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 30(1), 119-.

  131. Uelmen, Gerald F. (1997). "Jury-Bashing and the O.J. Simpson Verdict." Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 20(2), 475-481.

  132. Underwood, Richard. (1996). "Perjury: An Anthology." Arizona Journal of International and Comparative [ ], 13(2), 307-.

  133. Upadhya, C. (1995). "Art and Life in America: The Trial of O.J. Simpson." Economic and Political Weekly, 30(43), 2729-2730.

  134. Vesselinovitch, Alexanders. (1996, Summer). "Criminal Trial, Russian Style: An American in Moscow." Criminal Justice, 10(2), pp. 13, 52-53.

  135. Voss, James F., Wiley, Jennifer, Ciarrochi, Joseph, Foltz, Peter, & Silfies, Laurie (1996). "Race and the Representation of Discourse: Fictitious Scenarios and the O.J. Simpson Case." Discourse Processes, 22(2), 103-144.

  136. Ware, E. (1996). "Court TV's Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Case: The Challenges of Cameras in the Courtroom." Proteus, 13(1), 48-52.

  137. Wenner, Lawrence A. (November, 1994). "Loving the Game to Death: Heroes, Goats, and Spectator Emotion." Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 18(4), 299-302.

  138. Wenner, Lawrence A. (August, 1995). "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Race, Sport, and the Public Eye." Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 19, 227- 231.

  139. Weir, Bruce S. (1995). "DNA Statistics in the Simpson Matter." Nature Genetics, 11(4), 365-368.

  140. Wesson, Marianne. (1996). "That's My Story and I'm Stickin' To It: The Jury as Fifth Business in the Trial of O.J. Simpson and Other Matters." University of Colorado Law Review, 67(4), 949-.

  141. White, Renee T. (Fall, 1995). "The Economy of Race and Racism." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 49-52.

  142. Wilson, M. (1995). "The Simpson Verdict: Jury Nullification." Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Winter(10), 36.

  143. Woo, William F. (1994). "It Shows What Pulitzer Knew: Adverse Effects of Excessive Media Coverage of O.J. Simpson Case." Bulletin of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE), August(760), 8-.

  144. Yarnall, Louise. (1994). "Secrets of a Courthouse Reporter." Columbia Journalism Review, 33(3), 30.

  145. Young, P.W. (1995). "Free Speech, Fair Trial, and O.J. Simpson." Australian Law Journal, 69(3), 157-.

  146. Young, P. W. (1995). "O.J. Simpson and the Jury System." Australian Law Journal, 69(12), 931-.

  147. ----. (Summer, 1996). "Roundup: The Effects of a Recent Federal Cameras Experiment and the O.J. Simpson Trial Continue to Influence Courts Around the Country as They Rule on Camera Access Issues." The News Media & The Law, 20(3), 21-.

  148. ----. (April, 1996). "Churches Are Abusing O.J. Simpson, Guest Tells '700 Club'." Church & State, 49(4), 19-.

  149. ----. (November, 1995). "Special Report: The Aftermath of the Simpson Trial." ABA Journal, 81, 48-.

  150. ----. (May, 1995). "Simpson Trial Shows Textbook Examples of Lawyer Stress." ABA Journal, 81, 14-.

  151. ----. (July, 1994). "Battered Women and the Law: 'We Are All Responsible.'" Trial, 30(7), 62-.

  152. ----. (August 22, 1994). "Canadians Air Their Views on O.J. Simpson Case." Gallup Poll, p. 1.

  153. ----. (April, 1995). "Expert Witness Testimony: Lenore Walker Defends Her Position on the O.J. Defense Team." APA Monitor, 26(4), 8-.

  154. ----. (Summer, 1995). "An O.J. Retrial Without Cameras?" News Media & the Law, 19(3), 12-.

  155. ----. (Fall, 1995). "North Carolina: A Screenwriter Who Interviewed a Detective as a Necessary Witness in the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial and Was Forced to Testify." The News Media and the Law, 19(4), 22-.

  156. ----. (Oct. 9, 1995). "TV's biggest moment: The Simpson verdict." Broadcasting, Volume 125, Number 41, pp. 6-. ABSTRACT: In "one of television's defining moments," a record 150 million people watched O.J. Simpson found "not guilty."

  157. ----. (Oct. 9, 1995). "O.J. Overwhelms Net." Broadcasting, Volume 125, Number 41, p. 71-. ABSTRACT: CNN's O.J. Simpson home page had nearly 1 million visitors after the "not guilty" verdict. Some 250,000 visitors had to be redirected to CNN's new partner, Time, and its Pathfinder site.

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