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Article concerning trials in the media, and the effect that such coverage has on the trials themselves; notably references the OJ Simpson Case. Talks about its dominance of the media at the time, and it effectively being the first massive case of the media age - coverage was available of the trial live on television, in newspapers & magazines, through clips in news reports, on talk shows, on radio, and on the rapidly expanding internet, meaning that very few Americans were unaware of it. This text, available freely online, is originally taken from the Loyola of Los Angles Law Review [Vol 33:725] and can be viewed online in web browser or downloaded in, PDF format.