Shapiro was part of the legal 'dream team' assembled to defend Simpson in 1995, and he spoke with Fox News' Megyn Kelly on Tuesday (May 17th).
Robert Shapiro, the famous American lawyer who formed part of O.J. Simpson’s legal team in the notorious double-murder case of 1995 dubbed ‘the trial of the century’, has revealed what his client told him after he was acquitted.
The 73 year old was interviewed by Megyn Kelly for Fox News on Tuesday evening (May 17th), and revealed some details about what happened after Simpson was declared a free man. “’You had told me this would be the result from the beginning’,” Shapiro recalled the former football player told him, “you were right.”
Lawyer Robert Shapiro pictured in May 2015
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