Voices of Emory

Have you changed your mind
about O.J. Simpson's guilt or
innocence since coverage
of his civil trial?

Carlos Gonzalez
Political Science/ Near Eastern
"No. I think the civil trial is picking up where the criminal trial left off. It's clarifying what we already knew, rather than bringing anything new to light."

Doug Ballantine
Senior Analyst
Technology Division
"No, I still believe he's guilty."

Steve Mack
"No, I don't think so. I don't know a lot about it to begin with and I'm not watching or reading enough about it to have a valid opinion."

Richard Kistow
Material Handler
"No, I haven't. I still think he's guilty."

Alan Escher Jr.
Fourth-Year Student
Medical School
"No, because there was more evidence that could be presented in the civil trial. It should be evident to the average American that he is guilty for the deaths of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson. Most people should realize he beat the rap primarily because of rules of evidence."

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