July 7th, 2011
12:34 AM ET

Video: Simpson prosecutor on Anthony verdict

Editor's note: Marcia Clark, one of the prosecutors who tried O.J. Simpson, discusses the Anthony case with CNN's Jeff Toobin.

Filed under: 360° Radar • 360º Follow • Crime & Punishment
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  1. William, Miami FL

    Ever since the OJ trial , I believe the process of moving trials to other jurisdictions and getting jurors from out of town, is responsible for these bizarre verdicts. In the case of OJ Simpson he was not tried be hi s"peers" His peers live in Brentwood where the crime was committed. So from the get go the state was behind the 8 ball. Now we come to Casey Anthony. Jurors picked from Clearwater. Again not her peers. Whats wrong with jurors from Orlando. Most people must have heard about the case, thanks to the constant pounding and over zealous diatribe of Nancy Grace. I understand fully the attempt of seating impartial juries but have we gone too far...This needs to be studied and changed if society is to get any justice from criminals. Maybe Marcia Clark could look into this matter.

    July 7, 2011 at 6:46 am |