O.J. Simpson’s Appeal to the Nevada Supreme Court

June 16, 2010

Attorneys for O.J. Simpson argued before the Nevada Supreme Court on Friday, June 11 to reverse Simpson’s conviction of armed robbery (and other similar offenses) from 2008. One of the arguments on appeal is that the trial court judge committed judicial misconduct throughout the trial which prejudiced Simpson.

Here is a link to the Appellant’s opening brief: SIMPSON, Orenthal J., Appellant, v. The State of Nevada, Respondent (2009 WL 3405087).

“the Court again scolds trial counsel. Court: listen folks, the last thing you want me to do as a trial judge is start losing my temper in front of the fine ladies and gentlemen of the jury and having to deal with all of you. You’ve been warned folks.”

To view filings from the trial court from this case, you can do the following search:

Database: NV-FILING

Search Query: TI(orenthal /2 simpson)

Number of Documents Retrieved: 13