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February 11, 1997
It has been 16 months since the close of the criminal case against O.J. Simpson--time enough for the players who helped shape it to sign TV talk show deals, embark upon nationwide book tours and, in some cases, mark a return to something approaching normalcy. Here's an update: Superior Court Judge Lance A. Ito The 46-year-old judge in the criminal trial is still based in the downtown Criminal Courts Building.
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October 7, 1995 | SCOTT COLLINS and SALLIE HOFMEISTER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When O.J. Simpson threw a post-verdict bash at his Brentwood mansion Tuesday night, the guest list included family, friends, attorneys--and at least one photographer. To most, the affair was free. But not to Star magazine, which clinched a deal with Simpson's representatives even before the verdict was known to pay a six-figure sum for the celebration party pictures. The supermarket tabloid plans to publish the photos in Monday's issue.
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