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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1998
O.J. Simpson's 29-year-old daughter was sentenced to two days in jail, fined $2,810 and ordered to participate in an alcohol-abuse treatment program after she pleaded no contest Monday to driving while under the influence of alcohol. Prosecutors said Arnelle Simpson admitted to driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.20%, more than twice the threshold level of 0.08%.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1998
O.J. Simpson's 29-year-old daughter was sentenced to two days in jail, fined $2,810 and ordered to participate in an alcohol-abuse treatment program after she pleaded no contest Monday to driving while under the influence of alcohol. Prosecutors said Arnelle Simpson admitted to driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.20%, more than twice the threshold level of 0.08%.
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October 11, 1995 | CARLA HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arnelle Simpson has always had a famous father. There were always people interrupting their dinners out to ask for his autograph; there have always been exchanged whispers-- "That's O.J. Simpson's daughter"-- when she showed up somewhere. "I've dealt with that all my life. I can read lips," she said with a chuckle. But that was scant preview of the kind of fame that would be bestowed upon her in the past 16 months between her father's arrest and her father's acquittal.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1998
Arnelle Simpson, O.J. Simpson's oldest daughter, was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving early Friday morning after she ran over a bus bench and a flower garden and then partially into an apartment building, police said. Simpson, 29, was hospitalized with minor injuries at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Her car struck the apartment building at Rexford Drive and Olympic Boulevard about 1:48 a.m., said Lt. Al Munoz-Flores of the Beverly Hills Police Department.
NEWS
July 11, 1995 | JIM NEWTON and TIM RUTTEN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Kicking off their defense of O.J. Simpson, his lawyers began Monday by putting his daughter, sister and mother on the stand, where all three painted loving portraits of him and told the jury that he seemed badly distraught by the news of his ex-wife's death. Arnelle Simpson, 26, who shares her father's engaging smile and smooth charm, was the first defense witness, and all three relatives were called for a combination of substantive and emotional reasons.
NEWS
July 7, 1994
Here is a summary of Wednesday's testimony in the O.J. Simpson preliminary hearing: * Detective Mark Fuhrman, one of the first detectives assigned to the case. In his second day on the stand, Fuhrman said investigators did not know what to expect when they arrived at O.J. Simpson's Brentwood house and that he was startled to find a glove matching one found at the murder scene. * Detective Philip L. Vannatter, one of two lead investigators on the case.
NEWS
July 9, 1994
A look at the time frames provided during court testimony in the O.J. Simpson case. Many of the witnesses said the times are approximate: 9 p.m.: Ron Goldman's co-workers at Mezzaluna restaurant: 9:50 p.m.: Goldman leaves carrying glasses for Nicole Simpson. Guest house tenant Brian (Kato) Kaelin: 9:45 p.m.: Returns to estate with Simpson after going out together for fast food. * 10 p.m.: Nicole Simpson's neighbors: Pablo Fenjves, 10:15 to 10:20 p.m.: Hears dog wailing. Steven Schwab, 10:55 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two respected Southern California attorneys are signing up to play a role in the O.J. Simpson murder case, though they will not join his already crowded defense team, sources close to the case said Friday. Edi M.O. Faal and Carl Jones have agreed to represent Simpson's two adult children, Arnelle and Jason Simpson, the sources said. Police and prosecutors are seeking to interview the two children, and Simpson's attorneys want them to have legal representation before they grant those interviews.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1998
Arnelle Simpson, O.J. Simpson's oldest daughter, was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving early Friday morning after she ran over a bus bench and a flower garden and then partially into an apartment building, police said. Simpson, 29, was hospitalized with minor injuries at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Her car struck the apartment building at Rexford Drive and Olympic Boulevard about 1:48 a.m., said Lt. Al Munoz-Flores of the Beverly Hills Police Department.
NEWS
July 8, 1994
Statement by Municipal Judge Kathleen Kennedy-Powell, who on Thursday denied a defense motion to suppress evidence found by police who entered O.J. Simpson's estate without a search warrant. The transcript is from CNN-Journal Graphics. First of all, before announcing the ruling with regard to the 1538.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1996 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The nearly empty corridor outside Department 605 at the Betty Lou Lamoreaux Justice Center gives no clue that O.J. Simpson is inside, waging yet another legal battle, this time for custody of his children. Even the public court calendar makes no mention of the case involving Simpson and his in-laws, which entered its fifth day in court Monday. All parties in the case have agreed not to speak to reporters. "The privacy of the children has to be respected," said Marjorie G.
NEWS
October 11, 1995 | CARLA HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arnelle Simpson has always had a famous father. There were always people interrupting their dinners out to ask for his autograph; there have always been exchanged whispers-- "That's O.J. Simpson's daughter"-- when she showed up somewhere. "I've dealt with that all my life. I can read lips," she said with a chuckle. But that was scant preview of the kind of fame that would be bestowed upon her in the past 16 months between her father's arrest and her father's acquittal.
NEWS
July 11, 1995 | JIM NEWTON and TIM RUTTEN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Kicking off their defense of O.J. Simpson, his lawyers began Monday by putting his daughter, sister and mother on the stand, where all three painted loving portraits of him and told the jury that he seemed badly distraught by the news of his ex-wife's death. Arnelle Simpson, 26, who shares her father's engaging smile and smooth charm, was the first defense witness, and all three relatives were called for a combination of substantive and emotional reasons.
NEWS
February 22, 1995 | ANDREA FORD and JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The lead investigator in the O.J. Simpson murder case explained Tuesday why it took four police officers to notify Simpson of his ex-wife's death--a longstanding question that defense attorneys have used to suggest that the officers acted improperly. Los Angeles Police Detective Tom Lange also suggested the answer to another lingering mystery in the case: which victim was killed first.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two respected Southern California attorneys are signing up to play a role in the O.J. Simpson murder case, though they will not join his already crowded defense team, sources close to the case said Friday. Edi M.O. Faal and Carl Jones have agreed to represent Simpson's two adult children, Arnelle and Jason Simpson, the sources said. Police and prosecutors are seeking to interview the two children, and Simpson's attorneys want them to have legal representation before they grant those interviews.
NEWS
July 9, 1994
A look at the time frames provided during court testimony in the O.J. Simpson case. Many of the witnesses said the times are approximate: 9 p.m.: Ron Goldman's co-workers at Mezzaluna restaurant: 9:50 p.m.: Goldman leaves carrying glasses for Nicole Simpson. Guest house tenant Brian (Kato) Kaelin: 9:45 p.m.: Returns to estate with Simpson after going out together for fast food. * 10 p.m.: Nicole Simpson's neighbors: Pablo Fenjves, 10:15 to 10:20 p.m.: Hears dog wailing. Steven Schwab, 10:55 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1996 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The nearly empty corridor outside Department 605 at the Betty Lou Lamoreaux Justice Center gives no clue that O.J. Simpson is inside, waging yet another legal battle, this time for custody of his children. Even the public court calendar makes no mention of the case involving Simpson and his in-laws, which entered its fifth day in court Monday. All parties in the case have agreed not to speak to reporters. "The privacy of the children has to be respected," said Marjorie G.
NEWS
February 22, 1995 | ANDREA FORD and JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The lead investigator in the O.J. Simpson murder case explained Tuesday why it took four police officers to notify Simpson of his ex-wife's death--a longstanding question that defense attorneys have used to suggest that the officers acted improperly. Los Angeles Police Detective Tom Lange also suggested the answer to another lingering mystery in the case: which victim was killed first.
NEWS
July 8, 1994
Statement by Municipal Judge Kathleen Kennedy-Powell, who on Thursday denied a defense motion to suppress evidence found by police who entered O.J. Simpson's estate without a search warrant. The transcript is from CNN-Journal Graphics. First of all, before announcing the ruling with regard to the 1538.
NEWS
July 7, 1994
Here is a summary of Wednesday's testimony in the O.J. Simpson preliminary hearing: * Detective Mark Fuhrman, one of the first detectives assigned to the case. In his second day on the stand, Fuhrman said investigators did not know what to expect when they arrived at O.J. Simpson's Brentwood house and that he was startled to find a glove matching one found at the murder scene. * Detective Philip L. Vannatter, one of two lead investigators on the case.
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