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It was the most-watched civil case in American history, and the verdict handed down vindicated all those who felt betrayed by the decision of the criminal case-- particularly the families of the victims. Through searching interviews with almost everyone involved and footage from the proceedings and the endless press conferences, AMERICAN JUSTICE tells the final chapter of the Simpson saga. The jurors who deliberated on Simpson's fate reveal why they reached the opposite opinion of their criminal case counterparts, and how they came to the decision so quickly. The Goldman family tells of their relief and the feeling of closure that this case afforded them along with their lingering frustration over the bungling of the criminal case. And legal experts discuss the implications of the contrary findings in the two cases, and the lingering effects that the case might have on AMERICAN JUSTICE .
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