Perhaps the greatest legal drama in television history
was live, and real.
Not an episode of the practice
with fictional characters, but real-life dramas involving
the attorneys, a real victim, and a very real defendant.
The criminal trial in California v. Orenthal James Simpson
provided the world (through the skewed eyes of the American
media) a glimpse of the power, and weakness, of the U.S.
But besides the drama, the trial of O.J. established a medium
upon which to gauge the attitudes of the public.
matters of justice, police conduct, pop culture, or the dreaded racism, lines were drawn and positions set.
Where do you stand? Take the test and find out.