O.J.'s lawyer says Simpson believes jury interviews show he was 'railroaded'
LOS ANGELES -- O.J. Simpson, locked in jail and pondering his future, feels hopeful he will win a new trial on appeal because he believes jury interviews show "he was absolutely railroaded," his lawyer told The Associated Press.
Attorney Yale Galanter said he and colleague Gabriel Grasso have spent extensive time with Simpson discussing his case and found him alternately melancholy and hopeful.
"He is really very hopeful now, especially after the jury interviews. ...
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