Six Signed Autobiographies From Participants of The O. J. Simpson Murder Trial. O. J. Simpson, et. al.
Six Signed Autobiographies From Participants of The O. J. Simpson Murder Trial

Six Signed Autobiographies From Participants of The O. J. Simpson Murder Trial

1985 - 2002. First Editions. Dr. Henry Lee and Dr. Jerry Labriola. Famous Crimes Revisited; From Sacco-Vanzetti To O. J. Simpson. Southington, CT, Strong Books, 2001, SIGNED "Best Wishes / Henry Lee" on front end paper. 6" x 9", xiv, 3-30 with 3 inserts of 8 pp. of B&W photos on glossy paper. Blue cloth over boards with titling in gilt. Henry Lee is one of the world's foremost forensic scientists and testified in the OJ trial. Fine

Spence, Gerry. The Making of a Country Lawyer. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. First / First. SIGNED "For Bob and Nancy / Jerry Spence" on half title page. 6" x 9". x 4 - 437, with B&W photos at chapter headings and occasionally throughout. Text block is very fine, slight bump to bottom of spine, some rub and adhesive on back panel. Otherwise this book appears to never have been read. Quarter brown paper with tan paper over boards. Spence, whose legacy is that he has never lost a criminal case, was NBC analyst and commentator for the OJ trial. Fine.

Cochrane, Johnnie L. Jr. with David Fisher. A Lawyer's Life. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, October 2002. First Edition. SIGNED "Johnnie L. Cochrane" on book plate affixed to half title page. 6" x 9.25", pp. 1 - 311. Both the book and DJ are near as new, with no defects noted other than black remainder dot on bottom edge. Johnnie Lee Cochran Jr. (1937 – 2005) is best known as the lead defense lawyer in the criminal acquittal of O.J. Simpson for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Prior to this trial, Cochran represented a number of celebrity defendants: Sean Combs during his trial on gun and bribery charges, as well as Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Stanley Tookie Williams, Todd Bridges, football player Jim Brown, Snoop Dogg, former heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe. Cochran was known for his skill in the courtroom and his prominence as an early advocate for victims of police brutality. Fine in fine dust jacket. Black cloth over boards and titling on spine in gilt. "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit" - J. Cochrane

Furhman, Mark. Murder in Spokane. New York: HaperCollins Washington DC: Regenery Publishing, 2001. First Edition / First Printing. SIGNED "Best Wishes / Mark Fuhrman" on half title page in black sharpie. 6" x 9", pp. xii, 1 - 292. Clean, tight, apparently unread.

Mark Fuhrman (b.1952) is a former detective of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). He is primarily known for his part in the investigation of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in the O. J. Simpson murder case. Because Fuhrman perjured himself with respect to having used racial epitaphs, his testimony about planting evidence to frame may have been a significant factor in his acquittal. Fine in fine dust jacket. Quarter black paper with red paper over boards and titling in gilt on the spine.

Noguchi, Thomas T. and Josep Di Mona. Coroner At Large. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1985. First Edition. SIGNED "Thomas T. Noguchi" on free front endpaper in black fountain pen. 8.5" x 5.5", pp. 8 - 249. Very nice copy, minus an ink mark on bottom edge, no defects noted, likely unread.

Thomas Noguchi (b. 1927) is the former Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner for the County of Los Angeles. Popularly known as the "coroner to the stars", Noguchi determined the cause of death in many high-profile cases in Hollywood during the 1960s and 1970s. He performed autopsies on Marilyn Monroe, Albert Dekker, Robert F. Kennedy, Sharon Tate, Inger Stevens, Janis Joplin, Gia Scala, David Janssen, William Holden, and John Belushi. He was brought in to testify as an expert witness in the case.

Shapiro, Robert L. with Larkin Warren. The Search For Justice; A Defense Attorney's Brief on the O. J. Simpson Case. New York: Warner Books, 1996. First Edition, later printing. SIGNED, " Robert L. Shapiro" in black sharpie on half title page. 6" x 9", pp. xix, 1 - 363. Excellent copy, apparently unread, no defects noted.

Robert Leslie Shapiro (b. 1942) was a member of the "Dream Team" of attorneys that successfully defended O. J. Simpson in 1995, from the charges that he murdered his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. He later turned to civil work and co-founded Legal Zoom and RightCounsel.com, appearing in their television commercials. Fine in fine dust jacket. Quarter black paper with black cloth over boards and titling in gilt on the spine. "Aside from the judge's instructions to the jury... There are only two basic directives: The first is to elect a foreman, the second is to keep an open mind." (p 343). Fine to near as new / fine to near as new. Item #2893

This archive of personalities from the "Crime of The Century" is much more than a pop-culture artifact. It can now be studied from so many aspects: Race, Crime, Media, Restitution, and of course Football Trophies.

Price: $150.00

See all items by ,