Inside Los Angeles: Our First O.J.-Related Story for 1995

Our First O.J.-Related Story for 1995

1994 was good to O.J. Simpson defense chief Robert Shapiro, who has been showing his gratitude by sending flagons of DNA (the men's fragrance by Bijan) to favored journalists; amateur fan-letter writers receive an autographed photo. But really personal insights are reserved for dinner partners. At a recent charity event, Shapiro sat next to a lawyer who complimented him on his ability to remain expressionless in court. Shapiro beamed. "Thank you," he was overheard to say. "It's something Marlon Brando taught me."


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