Letters, Nov. 6, 1995

THE END OF THE SIMPSON TRIAL

"Is it time to change the jury system? Should a panel of judges determine the verdict in capital cases based solely on evidence and not on defense strategy?" MICHAEL N. CARTER, Santee, California

I AM A 44-YEAR-OLD BLACK MAN WHO DID not look forward to hearing the O.J. Simpson verdict [SPECIAL REPORT, Oct. 16] because I was sure another black man would not receive justice. I was overcome with emotion when the not-guilty verdict was announced. I was so proud. At last, justice had embraced a black man. I suddenly noticed that among my co-workers,...

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