O.J. Simpson's defense team got a break from Judge Lance Ito, who warned that he may throw out some of the evidence prosecutors intend to use. At stake: the bloody glove found on the Simpson estate, among other material. Defense lawyers contended that the prosecution had unreasonably delayed -- by as much as three months -- DNA testing of some of the evidence. "I have real doubts as to how much of this data at this point in time we can process," said defense attorney Barry Scheck. Ito will rule Friday on the issue.