Megyn Kelly to OJ's Former Lawyer: Was the 'Not Guilty' Verdict Fair?
Don't miss "Megyn Kelly Presents," Tuesday, May 17 at 8:00pm ET on the FOX Broadcast Network.
In Megyn Kelly's FOX Broadcast Network special, Robert Shapiro, former attorney for O.J. Simpson, reflects on the infamous "not guilty" verdict in the 1995 murder trial that captivated the nation.
Kelly asked Shapiro whether he believes it was fair for Simpson to be acquitted in the murders of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
Shapiro stressed the difference between "moral justice and legal justice," saying the prosecution never proved the case "beyond a reasonable doubt."
"If you look at it from a moral point of view, a lot of people would say, 'He absolutely did it.' I deal in legal justice, as you did as a lawyer," Shapiro told Kelly.
"There is no question in my mind that any fair juror who saw that case from the beginning to the end would conclude there was reasonable doubt."
Kelly noted that many people often wonder how criminal defense attorneys can live with themselves after verdicts like the Simpson case.
"So I'll ask you that question: how can you live with yourself?" Kelly asked.
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Watch the full interview with Shapiro on "Megyn Kelly Presents," Tuesday, May 17 at 8:00pm ET on the FOX Broadcast Network.
You'll also see Megyn's long-awaited sit-down with Donald Trump, plus interviews with actor Michael Douglas and transgender actress LaVerne Cox.