There were no illegal substances found in his home. There was no arrest this morning and there is no reason to believe Mr. Simpson committed any crimeO.J. Simpson's home searched Dec 04, 2001
They were taken, but this warrant was not about satellite dishes or satellite cardsO.J. Simpson's home searched Dec 04, 2001
The state has not met the burden of proof in this case. The case has not proved he has committed a burglary and the state has not proved he committed batteryO.J. Simpson acquitted in road-rage case Oct 24, 2001
The evidence will show that the police, instead of focusing in on Mr. Pattinson, and his credibility, immediately started to focus in on Mr. SimpsonO.J. Simpson accused of road rage Oct 18, 2001
Brooke is in the hospital ICU related to the surgery for her impacted wisdom toothSheen's wife Brooke hospitalized Jan 20, 2010
Yale Galanter (born December 3, 1956, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey) is an American criminal defense attorney based in Miami, Florida best known for representing O. J. Simpson since 2000.
Galanter was born Dec. 3, 1956 just outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Robert and Beverly Galanter. Galanter first wanted to become a professional golfer, but then he studied law at the University of Miami and Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University. He worked as a state prosecutor in Florida at the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office under Janet Reno.
Galanter first represented Simpson in a road rage trial in October 2001. He was also Simpson's attorney for the federal drug raid case on Simpson's home in 2001, a speeding ticket in 2002, a domestic violence call to his residence in 2003, and his writing of a fictional account of the murders of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman, called If I Did It.