CAN O.J. STILL BE A DAD?

SIMPSON ENTERS YET ANOTHER COURTROOM, TO BATTLE THE BROWN FAMILY FOR CUSTODY OF HIS CHILDREN

A jaunty O.J. Simpson tacked through the usual media flotilla waiting outside the pastel-colored government building last Tuesday. He brightened when a young Hispanic man asked for his autograph. But once inside, away from the cameras, Simpson lowered his head and heaved a deep sigh. For this wasn't the Santa Monica courthouse where he's been spending most of the past two months defending himself in the wrongful-death civil suit brought by the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. This was the start of yet another trial, in an Orange County courthouse 40 miles away, where he is fighting for...

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