The murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman lead the LAPD to the home of O.J. Simpson.
O.J. Simpson's lawyers must handle an intense situation when he goes missing.
With a provocative strategy devised, Robert Shapiro begins putting together O.J. Simpson's legal counsel.
As jury selection gets underway, the entrance of Johnnie Cochran adds an interesting energy to the case.
As the trial begins, Christopher Darden and Johnnie Cochran go head to head in court and the jury visits the crime scene.
Tensions rise as the defense starts taking aims at racial implications in the case, and as Marcia faces an ongoing divorce and negative representation in the media.
The infamous live fitting of the gloves is contemplated as both the defense and the prosection face obstacles in and out of the courtroom.
The jury become tired and restless as the case continues, meanwhile the defence juggle with the idea of putting OJ on the stands
Johnnie Cochran and F. Lee Bailey go across the country to acquire the Mark Fuhrman tapes.
Closing statements are given and the jury must decide the verdict. Effects of the verdict are highlighted for both sides, as well as the community.