THE TRIALS TO COME

O.J. FACES CIVIL SUITS AND A POSSIBLE CUSTODY BATTLE AMID A QUEST TO RESTORE HIS IMAGE

A GOOD NAME IS BETTER THAN riches," said Cervantes. O.J. Simpson, however, isn't doing well on either score. He has not only seen his reputation trashed in the past few months but also depleted his fortune trying to defend it. Now, although he was cleared by a jury of his peers, a huge segment of the American public--most of it white--remains incredulous about the not-guilty verdict he received and downright hostile to his attempts to re-enter society. Nonetheless, O.J. Simpson is a free man. He wants his good name back. And he wants his children returned.

He may be in for...

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