And like DK said, that was what he was paid to do. Get OJ off, and somehow he did. And for that, I can respect him.
How is that respectable?
He put a dangerous man, a murderer, who didn't even deserve to live back on the streets?
Don't give me the "it's his job bs."
The man was an aid to crooks and fought against justice. Some great man that is
This is why I can't stand the sheer concept of a lawyer attempting to set a guilty man free.