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Triumph of Justice

By: Daniel Petrocelli,Peter Knobler
Narrated by: Daniel Petrocelli
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In a book that's certain to make headlines, the only person to prosecute O.J. Simpson successfully for double homicide reveals the gripping, behind-the-scenes story of how he prepared for, and won, the civil trial, why the prosecution team in the criminal trial failed, and what actually happened that night in Brentwood.

©1998 Daniel Petrocelli (P)1998 Penguin Random House LLC

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Great listen!!

another one of the great books that was written about this terrible tragedy it really hammers home how guilty OJ was and how big of a travesty is not guilty verdict was in the criminal court

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Short, but great summary of evidence

Well written, to the point, no filler. Worth a read if the OJ Simpson saga intrigues you.

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Cover to Cover!

This is the best book in the entire OJ saga. I couldn't put it down.

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Eloquent

Very well written. Excellent narration. Just the facts and all the feels. Nearly perfect. Could have listened to another 4 hours of details. Great job, Mr. Petrocelli.

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Great book

What happened to Ron and Nicole was awful and tragic. I was a kid when the civil trial happened. I appreciate Mr Petrocelli’s narrative about the case for it’s succinctness and clarity. Although not important to the grand scheme of the topic, I found him easy to follow as he walked the listener through evidence and procedural rules so we could follow the case ab the legal preparation that he did with his team. I’d recommend this book to anyone interested in the topic. It’s a valuable work of legal and historical significance.

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Great story. Narration, not so much.

Some people should not narrate their own books. With that said, thank God justice was finally served. Mr. Petrocelli is a superb writer and a great lawyer. He has a way of pulling you into the scene. As a narrator, he's rather monotone and dry and robotic. However, it didn't stop me from listening to the book. It did stop me from giving it 5 stars.

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Guilty! Flawless job Daniel.

Absolutely loved listening to this. If only the Prosecution in the criminal trial could have done half the job that Daniel did while questioning Ol Orenthal.

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Great unsensationalized proof of attacker's guilt

I really appreciated Petrocelli's lucid, succinct, sensitive approach to navigating the law in the wake of this terribly public, celebrity, racialized trial. He provides irrefutable, cogent evidence of holding the correct person accountable for the attacks and murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown. in this account, the reader learns Goldman was a completely blameless victim in Brown's troubles with her ex-husband--when they turned murderous. Simpson's actions also reflects typical behavior of domestically violent spouses, of escalating abuse and danger for the abused--especially when she or he leaves. This legal account pairs well with Christopher Darden's touching, transparent account of the criminal trial. I've not yet read or listened to other attorneys from the trial: for me these two suffice! Thank you.

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Better than expected

I learned stories and facts I had never
heard before. I have changed my mind.

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Phenomenal, riveting and emotional

Daniel Petrocelli write with total passion and emotion. This was an incredible book and it seems, as proven by the verdict, that he did an excellent job in this trial. He comes across as a brilliant man and lawyer who tried this case with everything he had. This book is better than that of the criminal trial prosecutors. It’s very passionate and emotional. He didn’t just win the case, he completely annihilated OJ and his defence.

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  • 05-05-22

brilliant!

I have read/listened to almost every book on the OJ case but this is the first relating to the Civil trial. well written and really enjoyed the narration! what a great perspective. I am sure I will listen again in the future