August 15, 1995 |
Robert L. Shapiro, one of the few lawyers in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson who has avoided the fines that have mounted for months against his colleagues and counterparts, went toe to toe with the criminal court's presiding judge Monday and chose to fight rather than pay.
July 25, 1995 |
Lawyers for defense attorney Robert L. Shapiro and New Yorker magazine on Monday filed motions seeking the dismissal of a $50-million libel suit filed by Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman. In separate filings, attorneys representing Shapiro and the New Yorker contended that their clients did not defame Fuhrman in an article that appeared in the July 25, 1994, issue of the magazine.
August 18, 1994 |
The verdict's in on at least one aspect of the upcoming O.J. Simpson trial. Defense attorney Robert L. Shapiro's wardrobe has been ruled, well, indefensible by picky fashion watchers. While many courtroom warriors spell integrity with snow-white shirts, rep ties and American-shouldered navy suits, Shapiro's look is strictly Hollywood peacock. Count on the perennially tan, handsome attorney to appear in mind-numbing print ties and a succession of unvented, European-style double-breasted suits.
November 26, 1996 |
At least one legal expert has decided to stop doing TV commentary about the O.J. Simpson civil trial. In what was described as an amicable parting, CBS News and Robert L. Shapiro agreed Monday to end the controversial arrangement that called for the lawyer, one of Simpson's lead attorneys in his murder trial, to offer commentary on the current trial involving lawsuits brought by the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Lyle Goldman.
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August 11, 1994 |
Los Angeles police detectives have completed a brief investigation of a deputy medical examiner in the O.J. Simpson case and concluded that he broke no laws in an outburst after his testimony during last month's preliminary hearing, law enforcement officials and other sources close to the case said Wednesday. The medical examiner, Dr. Irwin Golden, was subjected to intense cross-examination duringthe preliminary hearing. Defense attorney Robert L.
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July 3, 2004 |
Legendary record producer Phil Spector wants his money back. He claims in a lawsuit that his former attorney, Robert L. Shapiro, owes him at least a portion of the $1-million retainer he paid for legal counsel in his murder case. But Shapiro says Spector actually owes him $500,000, according to the lawsuit. The two men parted ways in February, when Spector brought in a new legal team, led by Leslie Abramson, to defend him against charges that, on Feb.