CNN Senior Photojournalist
Wanted to share these images from the courthouse yesterday – to give you a behind the scenes look at what it was like covering the trial:
At most of O.J. Simpson's court dates many people with messages used the occasion to get attention from the media. But on verdict day the crowds were almost not-existent.
Spaces on the closed street outside the Clark County Regional Justice Center were usually full for many of O.J. Simpson's court appearances. But when the case went to the jury much of the news media did not go to the courthouse leaving empty spaces.
Simpson was tried and convicted in the Clark County Regional Justice Center's courtroom 15A, which has a view of the Las Vegas strip right outside the door. A view that was O.J. Simpson's last as a free man before he was convicted on 12 felony count Friday night.
Although there was less media covering O.J. Simpson's third trial, reporters still had to work outside of the courtroom because of space limitations.
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