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December 20, 2014

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In this Sept. 15, 1995, file photo, defense attorney Barry Scheck, center, cross examines prosecution witness William Bodziak as, from left, Hank Goldberg, Marcia Clark, Robert Shapiro, and Christopher Darden look on during the O.J. Simpson double-murder trial in Los Angeles. Scheck, the lawyer who introduced the science of DNA to jurors and to the public watching the trial on TV, attacked police methods of evidence collection and demolished the prosecution’s forensic evidence case.

Reed Saxon, Pool / AP File

In this Sept. 15, 1995, file photo, defense attorney Barry Scheck, center, cross examines prosecution witness William Bodziak as, from left, Hank Goldberg, Marcia Clark, Robert Shapiro, and Christopher Darden look on during the O.J. Simpson double-murder trial in Los Angeles. Scheck, the lawyer who introduced the science of DNA to jurors and to the public watching the trial on TV, attacked police methods of evidence collection and demolished the prosecution’s forensic evidence case.