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In your paper, you should introduce your paper and state your thesis (approximately half a page),

briefly describe the crime (approximately one-and-a-half pages)

and then thoroughly describe the theories, including information about their origins, assumptions, propositions, scope, level of analysis, and basic causal model, specifically as this relates to the crime you are discussing (your description of the theory and analysis of the crime through the lens of that theory should take two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half pages per theory—five to seven pages total).

Find and utilize at least one scientific journal article for each theory you discuss.

Conclude your paper by stating what challenges, unanswered questions, or future directions you see for the crime and the theories you chose moving forward (approximately one page). Refer to the “Suggested Readings” in the syllabus for academic journals where scientific tests of the theories can be found. You are not limited to these theories, but may not use Wikipedia or similar encyclopedic sources. You may use the Internet for research. You may be requested to attach the articles you use to your final paper.

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Oj Simson Crime. O.J Simpson crime was committed in June 1994 O.j Simpson is the one who perpetrated the crime and the most notable features were that In October 2008, Simpson was convicted of 12 counts of armed robbery and kidnapping, along with Clarence "C.J." Stewart. Furthermore, they found a bloody glove it was later determined to be the match of the glove found at the murder scene. Through DNA testing, the blood on the glove was determined to have come from both victims also officers found arrest records indicating that Simpson was charged in 1989 with beating Brow. There is two types of crime theories, spiritual explanation of crime, and natural explanation of crime. In this case, I think it is a natural theory of crime, and it is a correlation because Oj Simpson has a history of evil crimes. I am focusing on many evidence, for example, the bloody gloves and how he has a history of beating and abusing his wife. Citation O.J. Simpson acquitted. (2009, November 24). Retrieved from https://www.history.com/thisday-in-history/o-j-simpson-acquitted O.J. Simpson's Ex-Wife Found Stabbed to Death. (1994, June 14). Retrieved from https://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-oj-simpsons-exwife-found-stabbed-to-death-story.html ...
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School: Carnegie Mellon University

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THE O.J Simpson crime
Topic: OJ Simpson crime
Thesis statement: Even after achieving all these life successes, Simpson’s challenges started as
a result of his family life where he was charged for killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, who was
her second wife together with her boyfriend, Ron Goldman, in Los Angeles on June 12, 1994.
His trial has been termed as the famous trial for its magnitude and the famous people involved
and took about one hundred and thirty-three days of televised courtroom proceedings.
Subheadings:
i)

Introduction

ii)

Thesis statement

iii)

Description of the OJ Simpson crime

iv)

The classical theory

v)

Conclusion


Running head: O.J SIMPSON CRME CASE

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O.J Simpson Crme Case
University Affiliation
Student Name
Date

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O.J SIMPSON CRME CASE
Introduction

Orenthal James Simpson is a former American broadcaster, advertiser and footballer who
was born on July 9, 1947. He is a formers student of the University of Southern California (USC)
where he received several trophies for his prowess in football in the USC Trojans tea.
Professionally, he played as a running back in the famous NFL eleven seasons from 1969 to
1977. While he was still in NFL, he was involved in acting activities where after retiring in NFL
became his new career alongside being a commentator for Monday Night Football. He also
pioneered a famous TV show that was known as Juiced, which was a hidden-camera prank show.
His popularity had grown to a point where in 1975, the People magazine described him as the
first African American to be a media superstar. Simpson got numerous endorsement deals with
prominent companies and individuals as well as media houses for his amiable personality and his
charismatic character where his campaigns about a specific issue of the company were said to
raise from 30% to 90% among the people he met or influenced (Geis & Bienen, 2016). He was
also a wealthy businessman where he owned Calistoga Water Company and Pioneer Chicken
among others.
Thesis statement
Even after achieving all these life successes, Simpson’s challenges started as a result of
his family life where he was charged for killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, who was her second
wife together with her boyfriend, Ron Goldman, in Los Angeles on June 12, 1994. His trial has
been termed as the famous trial for its magnitude and the famous people involved and took about
one hundred and thirty-three days of televised courtroom proceedings.

O.J SIMPSON CRME CASE

3

Description of the OJ Simpson crime
The root cause of the OJ Simpson crime is mainly attributed to his family life, where he
had a difficult family life. Simpson had the first family where he had married Marguerite where
they divorced after some time. He later married Nicole Brown, who was a young girl aged
eighte...

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