[ Reading ] ➽ In Contempt Author Christopher Darden – Marjoriejane.co.uk

In Contempt chapter 1 In Contempt , meaning In Contempt , genre In Contempt , book cover In Contempt , flies In Contempt , In Contempt 5e2650b56c886 Offers A Personal Perspective On The O.J Simpson Trial And Shares The Author S Observations On Legal Strategy, Racial Issues, And The Principal Lawyers, Officials, And Witnesses Involved In The Case.


10 thoughts on “In Contempt

  1. says:

    i remember reading this while in law school and enjoying it the part that stuck with me is the pain Chris felt when the African American community turned on him for prosecuting OJ He goes on to describe the irony of how OJ w...


  2. says:

    Darden was one of the prosecutors black, no less in the O.J Simpson trial and he gives overwhelming evidence, at least for me, that O.J was guilty as sin.


  3. says:

    This was a bargain bin pickup A castoff at the Singapore American Club library sale a hardback for 3 Sing about USD2.20 I head read OJ books Faye Resnick, Vincent Bugliosi, OJ s own I Want to Tell You , Jeffrey Toobin plus Dominick Dunne articles in Vanity Fair This space is saturated with knockoff books by lawyers, jurors, cops and peripheral players I figured I would read it in about 10 years when I needed to get nostalgic in my retirement But this is a seriously good boo This was a bargain bin pickup A castoff at the Singapore American Club library sale a hardback for 3 Sing about USD2.20 I head read OJ books Faye Resnick, Vincent Bugliosi, OJ s own I Want to Tell You , Jeffrey Toobin plus Dominick Dunne articles in Vanity Fair This space is saturated with knockoff books by lawyers, jurors, cops and peripheral players...


  4. says:

    From another prosecutor s viewpoint than the lead prosecutor, Marcia Clark, this book shows the trial from a black man s perspective Chris Darden seems to be a shy person, but committed to justice He writes with humor, candor, and appropriate sarcasm I have less respect for Judge Ito and Johnny Cochrane than I did before reading this I tried to keep an open mind, but I m evenconvinced that OJ is guilty, Lance Ito was star struck and inept, and Johnny Cochrane is heartless and selfish From another prosecutor s viewpoint than the lead prosecutor, Marcia Clark, this book shows the trial from a black man s perspective Chris Darden seems to be a shy person, but committed to justice He writes with humor, candor, and appropriate sarcasm I have less respect for Judge Ito and Johnny Cochrane than I did before reading this I tried to keep an open mind, but I m evenconvinced that OJ is guilty, Lance Ito was star struck and inept, and Johnny Cochrane is heartless and selfish His treatment of his black brother Darden was reprehensible Next, I m reading Murder in Brentwood, by Mark Fuhrman Darden and Fuhrman did not like each other, that is obvious in this book In fairness to the prosecution, they vainly attempted to assure the court that whether or not Fuhrman was a racist cop, it in no way detracted from the evidence of the murder that pointed to OJ Simpson Naturally, Ito caved to the defense, who made the whole trial about race I ll be ...


  5. says:

    This book was written by the only black prosecutor in the O.J Simpson case He proved that Simpson was guilty through so much DNA evidence but that was dismissed by jurors who wereconcerned with the issue of race and celebrity This book is about domestic violence and how a wealthy celebrity got away with murder by buying his freedom with the help of The Dream Team Johnny Cochrane turned the whole trial into a circus by throwing the race card on the table and fabricating many distraction This book was written by the only black prosecutor in the O.J Simpson case He proved that Simpson was guilty through so much DNA evidence but that was dismissed by jurors who wereconcerned with the issue of race and celebrity This...


  6. says:

    I d read this book years ago being a huge fan of Mr Darden s and also a big follower of all things O.J Re read it since the mini series came out and found many parallels from this novel and the show Christ...


  7. says:

    My favorite person from the OJ Simpson trial My wife I watched the recent OJ Simpson miniseries with Cuba Gooding Jr John Travolta and it inspired me to read this book Chris Darden is definitely the person I most identify with in the trial T...


  8. says:

    My jaw dropped, again and again.Mr Darden brought me back in time, into the courtroom Once again I was astonished and disgusted at the treatment of this prosecution team who were trying to do a very thankless job...


  9. says:

    I expectedfrom this book, I really did I wanted to see what the prosecution s side of the story was as I already had a book written by the defence Instead of a good, intriguing read about the evidence against OJ, this wasof a rant against everyone he didn t like on the case with numerous w...


  10. says:

    Fascinating book about what went wrong in the OJ Simpson trail Interesting information about the history of racial tension in LA, and how that played a role in the bias and ultimate downfall of this case Very sad what a debacle this case was, and how it turned into a circus.


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