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Berkeley School of Law dean weighs in on impact of OJ trial 30 years later

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As we've been reporting throughout the day, OJ Simpson has passed away of Cancer at the age of 76.

Once celebrated as a football player and later revered as a commentator in the NFL, his notable accomplishments on the gridiron were overshadowed by the high-profile murder trial of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. 

The bloody stabbing deaths of Simpson's ex-wife Nicole and Goldman rocked Los Angeles. Later, when Simpson faced trial--KNX, which is an all-news station--broke format to broadcast the trial live, aided by experts in the law, relying on a USC law professor, Erwin Chemerinsky, who's now the dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law.  He is gracious enough to join us on-air once again nearly 30 years later to talk about the impact of the trial on the legal world, the media landscape and society itself.

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