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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 1, 1995 - 7

Simpson abused
wife, witnesses say

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The Washington Post
LOS ANGELES - The prosecu-
tion yesterday opened testimony in
its murder case against O.J. Simpson
with a methodical recounting of the
physical and mental abuse it claims
Simpson inflicted on his former wife
Nicole Brown Simpson before he al-
legedly killed her and her friend
Ronald L. Goldman last June.
The first three witnesses whom
prosecutor Christopher Darden put
on the stand after seven months of
pretrial hearings and jury selection
provided the jury with details of a
much-publicized incident early on the
morning of Jan. 1, 1989, in which
Simpson allegedly beat his then-wife.
Simpson later pleaded no contest to a
charge of spousal battery.
Police detective John Edwards tes-
tified that when he arrived at
Simpson's estate that morning, a trem-
bling Nicole Brown Simpson emerged
from the bushes, wearing only a bra
and sweat pants, with a cut lip and
bruised forehead. "He's going to kill
me!" he said she cried.
"She collapsed into me," he re-
called. "She was wet. She was shiver-
ing. She was cold. I could feel her
bones and she was real cold and she

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was beat up."
" Lead defense attorney Johnnie L.
Cochran Jr. suggested to Edwards that
she was drunk that night and that the
couple may have merely been en-
gaged in a "mutual wrestling match,"
as O.J. Simpson later claimed. But the
detective did not budge from his ac-
count.
Throughout the first long day of
testimony, prosecutors made no men-
tion of the killings, underscoring the
strategy they had signaled in their
opening statement last week.
In most murder trials, the prosecu-
tion opens with testimony about the
discovery of the victims' bodies and
then proceeds to forensic evidence
linking the defendant to the crime.
But Darden instead began by attempt-
ing to undermine Simpson's public
persona as an affable, congenial foot-
ball hero and media celebrity by por-
traying him as an obsessively jealous,
violent and possessive man who
abused Nicole Simpson continually
over the course of their 17-year rela-
tionship.
Most of yesterday's testimony
about the 1989 New Year's incident,
had been disclosed in pretrial pro-
ceedings.

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Abraham introduces
new legal reform bill

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A MESSAGE FROM CUPID:
Dear Valentiners,
It is that time of the year again to say
something special about the one that you
love. So make this Valentine's Day a
memorable one and surprise your sweetheart
(or would-be sweetheart) with a personalized
Cupid-Gram in the Daily's special Valentine
page, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1995.
Although I, (Cupid), will be very busy this
time around, my friends at the Daily have
promised to help me with this special offer.
They will be waiting for you at The Michigan
Daily (420 Maynard) all day (9-5) and at the
Fishbowl Feb. 6 through Feb. 8 (10-4), to
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So hurry in TODAY and get your Cupid-
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Love,
Cupid
P.S. See mail-in form on classified pagel
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WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S.
Sen. Spencer Abraham introduced a
bill yesterday to cut lawyers' fees and
encourage out-of-court settlements in
civil cases, saying America's legal
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cally competitive.
"Our legal system is broken ant
badly in need of repair," the Michigai
Republican said.
"A litigation explosion is hurting
Michigan's and the nation's competi
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the high costs of lawsuits and damag
awards in courts - costs which ou
global competitors do not have,'
Abraham said.
It is the first major bill Abraham ha:
co-written and introduced since he be
came senator, and it is the first wide-
ranging bill introduced this year on
legal reform. The bill is cosponsored by
a longtime advocate of legal reform,
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).
"We must overcome the ob-
stacles the trial lawyers have thrown
in our path," McConnell said. "Le-
gal reform is simply too important
to leave to the lawyers and the (law-
yers') bar."
The bill would limit attorneys fees
in civil litigation where the plaintiff
seeks damages for physical or mental
injury, property damage or economic
loss.

To encourage out-of-court settle-
ments and discourage the filing if
"frivolous" lawsuits, the bill would
require the loser of the lawsuit to pay
the winner's legal fees and allow po-
tential defendants to make an early
offer to pay all economic losses to
avoid a lawsuit.
The bill would
limit punitive dam-
ages againstdefen--
dants to $250,000
or three times the
damages received
for compensation
for a loss.
"It may sound
anti-lawyer and
Abraham maybe there's some
of that here," said
McConnell. "But the legal system ex-
ists to compensate injured parties."
The American Trial Lawyers As-
sociation leadership was at meetings
in Hawaii and unavailable for com-
ment on the bill.
The Health Care Liability Alliance
said the bill might help combat a legal
system that allows many meritless
claims and eats up jury awards in law
yers fees. "For every dollar that's spent
on health care litigation, only 43 cents
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