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Jury finds Simpson guilty

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SIMPSON
Continued from Page 1,
doubt," was unanimous on all counts in
blaming Simpson for the June 12, 1994,
slayings.
"I think this gives a little bit of solace
to each of the divided camps;" said Alan
Dershowitz, part of Simpson's defense
team at his murder trial, "Those who
believe he did it will look to the civil
verdict; those who believe he didn't do
it will look to the criminal verdict."
Dershowitz, an appeals specialist, said
the late dismissal of a juror in the case
raised "serious appellate issues. We're a
long way from being finished here."
Simpson criminal trial attorney
Johnnie Cochran, speaking on Court
TV, shied away from a direct attack on
the case, saying, "Many people feel that
there have been a number of mistakes
in this case."
The dramatic reading of the verdict
was delayed more than three hours to
allow the lawyers and families to get to
the courthouse, Simpson's trip - in a
black Suburban
escorted by police
instead of a white
Bronco chased by
police - was tele-
vised live nationally s , jt
on a split screen just
as President Clinton WI
began his State of at
the Union address.
Simpson, wearing
a dark suit, left theR
courthouse with his ROnal
head bowed and
showed no expression. A mix of boos
and cheers greeted him as he as left the
courthouse, got back in the Suburban
and was taken away.
On his way home, he dashed into an
ice cream shop for a cup of cookie
dough ice cream for his Il-year-old
daughter Sydney.
Reached by telephone later at his
home, Simpson told The Associated
Press, "I'm sitting with my kids right
now," but he refused further comment.
. The $8.5 million represented the
value of Goldman's funeral and the loss
of Goldman's companionship to his
parents, Ms. Simpson's family did not
seek compensatory damages.
Ms. Simpson's parents filed a suit on
behalf of her estate and also demanded
money from Simpson for fatally
assaulting her. Any money will go to
the surviving Simpson children,
Sydney and Justin, 8. The grandparents
did not want to put the children in the
position of suing their father for killing
their mother.
The jury's findings of malice and
oppression triggered the second phase
to determine punitive damages -
money assessed to punish Simpson.
Already, the plaintiffs' attorneys have

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asked for and receivedSimpson, latest
financial records in preparation for a
punitive phase.
Christopher Darden, a prosecutor in
Simpson's criminal trial, told CNBC:
"We said all along that O.3 Simpson
committed these crimes and all we
asked ... was our day in court. A fair
hearing on the issues. And I believe that
we've done that, that that's been accom.
plished"
The jury reached the verdict after 13
hours of deliberations over three days
- more than four times as long as the
criminal jury deliberated.
That was on top of the 14 hours over
three days that were interrupted Friday
when the judge replaced the only black
member for failing to disclose that her
daughter was a secretary in the district
attorney's office that prosecuted
Simpson's murder trial.
The final six-man, six-woman jury
consisted of nine whites, one Hispanic,
one Asian and one of Asian and black
heritage.
In its last day of deliberations, the
jury spent
three hours
listening to
d fu readbacks
f some
slc o r 200 pages
of testimo-
d fny focusing
o n
Simpson's
- Fred Goldman opportuni-
Goldman's father ty and
motive. It
heard testi-
mony about Simpson's alibi, a bruising
argument with his ex-wife and a limou-
sine driver's time line.
Jurors were particularly attentive
when they heard the testimony of limo
driver Allan Park, the only witness
whose testimony the jury at Simpson's
murder trial asked to hear again before
it acquitted him.
A central issue in the case was
whether Simpson would have had time
to kill two people at Ms. Simpson's
condo, dispose of a weapon and bloody
clothes, and return home in time to
meet the limousine at II p.m,
Park testified he didn't see Simpson's
Bronco when he pulled up in his limo
and got no answer when be repeatedly
rang the buzzer at Simpson's gate.
Simpson maintained he was in bed,
showering, chipping golf balls and tak-
ing his dog for a walk around the time
of the slayings.
The wrongful death ease brought by
the victims' families was an abbreviat-
ed version of the criminal trial.
Most incriminating for Simpson
were 31 photos of him wearing the
same style Bruno Magli shoes that
left bloody footprints at the crime
scene,

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DENTAL
Continued from Page 1.
Following the verdict, the three
workers stood in a lobby of the
Washtenaw County Courthouse thank-
ing their families, friends and the
National Women's Rights Coalition for
support throughout the case.
"We, the Dental School Three,
would like to first thank God for giving
us the strength and the courage to fight
for equal rights, a cause we strongly
believe in," they said in a written state-
ment.
NWROC, who passed out fliers and
organized demonstrations supporting
the workers throughout the trial, con-
gratulated the former employees.
LSA senior and NWROC member
Jessica Curtin said yesterday's event
"proves that you can stand up against
racism and sexism at the U of M.'
Despite the University's defeat, the
plaintiffs said they had won only part of
the battle.
"Personally, I feel Linda Vachon
(DeMarco) is just as responsible as the
University," Mitchell said.
NWROC member Shanta Driver said
the plaintiffs had proved their case
despite the odds against them.
"We think the jury was a very con-
servative jury,' Driver said. "It was an

all-white jury and a jury that had a lot
of managers on it and for them to have
found the University guilty of racism
in this company town is a real victo-
ry.
Washtenaw District Court Judge
Donald Shelton told jurors they had
made a "great" contribution to the com-
munity by serving on this case.
"This was a difficult case," Shelton
said. "This is where some issues that
are too important to be decided by one
person (come), so we call on members
of the community to express that corn-
munity view."
Baker said the University was "very
pleased that (DeMarco) ... was corn..
pletely exonerated," and still contends
that it did not discriminate against
Isabell, Mitchell and Atkins.
Washington said he plans to reappear
in court to clear his clients' names and
ask for reimbursement of his legal
expenses.
"We intend to ask the judge for an
order reinstating the workers at the
Dental School and for full atiorney fees
and the wiping off of any discipline
resulting out of this incident,"
Washington said.
The plaintiffs and NWROC said they
will celebrate the victory by picketing
the Dental School and marching to the
Diag this afternoon.

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EXPENSES
Continued from Page I
selves against a misguided lawsuit
meant we did not have $224,000 to give
to our programs and financial aid;"
Lehman said,
The greatest single expense in the
search - $121,465.31 - was paid to
Russell Reynolds and Associates, a
New York consulting firm that worked
with the advisory committee during its
search,
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given to consultant Malcolm MacKay.
This fee, which is one third of
Bollinger's first-year salary, is the stan-
dard amount for search consulting
*...1a, al v;cR.rAcidnt for Univerity

consultant). He did a very fine job,"
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"The regents decided to hire staff
related to the search. That made a lot of
sense. I think it was justified. The pub-
lie forums gave citizens and alumni a
chance to see what they wanted from a
president. We've got a wonderful presi-
dent" he said.
MSA President Fiona Rose said she
trusts that the amount spent on the
search was necessary.
"I feel confident that we got our
money's worth," Rose said. "Having
a president is a necessity and so is the
presidential search. In the interest of
keeping good leadership in the
University it comes with the territo-
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