Nicole Brown Simpson’s estate and the lawyer: a Permanent reminder of the OJ civil suit was “the right result”

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The Goldman and Brown families won a $33.5 million lawsuit against O. J., but most of them have reportedly not been paid for; the lawyer, John Q. Kelly weighs in.

Nicole Brown-Simpson, and the death of the lawyer of O. J. Simpson’s 1997 wrongful death civil suit, said his top memory of the packet was received on the “right” decision.

John Q. Kelly, said Wednesday on “Shepard Smith Reporting,” he celebrated the decision, and felt that the families had to be closed after the violent death of their daughter, and the subsequent “trial of the century”, which is in the grip of the country.

“Just to the right result in the end. It was a lot more lenient than the criminal code,” Kelly told host Shepard Smith, asked about his “memories” of the civil action.

“I think that there are just a few of the measure of righteousness a certain amount of closure. Not everyone, but a lot of people were able to move on with their lives after that.”

Kelly’s comments come 25 years after the murders of Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Oj Simpson was found not guilty in a 1995 criminal trial, but held liable in a wrongful death suit is two years down the line.


The lawyer said the Brown-Simpson and Goldman’s families were not receiving a large payout from the civil suit.

“Not much of anything. I am auctioning a number of personal items. The pensions have been shut out of the process for the collection of the law, and, therefore, we are able to’t get them,” he said.

“That’s what life is, as of now, the pensions of the Cycle, in the NFL,” he said of Simpson, who is a former advertising pitchman for the car rental company.


Kelly said the cases are also notable because they occurred in the aftermath of the Rodney King riots in 1992.

“Fifty people were killed, 2,000 were injured. As part of the L. A. burned down,” he said, adding that he believed that it was a “tinder box” existed between the African-American community and law enforcement that took the Simpson’s acquittal.

He pointed out that, as in 1994, the NBA Finals have been dashed for the cover of the Simpson’s, intense white Ford Bronco chase, and the civil suit that he took part in the breakthrough in the coverage of another great event.


“They have disrupted bill Clinton’s State of the Union address for the decision.”

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said of Smith’s most well-known memories of the criminal code.

“A very poor judge, the now notorious judge in criminal proceedings,” Napolitano told Judge Lance Ito, adding that he believed that the Los Angeles attorney, was alternately charmed and bullied by the O. J.’s team.”

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