Do you think OJ did it?
I found it captivating how a show in which you already knew what was going to happen at the end could have you on the edge of your seat every week. Before beginning the series I remember seeing a quote about it saying the show would show you why people believed OJ was innocent and why some thought he was guilty. It did just that. I think many just watched the trial and listened to news coverage while the trial was going on but this show allowed you a deeper look and a broader perspective to all angles of the cases. You got to see how the prosecutor and defense teams were formed. We saw how the case affected the personal lives of those involved in it. It opened up eyes to corruption in the police department.
You got a bit of everything in these 10 episodes.
I expect awards for the cast and show when award season rolls back around.
Those doubts are why I would have had to have voted
The prosecutors had a great case against OJ but the delivery just was not there. They also made key mistakes with Mark Furman being their key witness (him lying on the stand about basically not being a racist was critical) and when they made OJ try on the gloves (which did not fit). If you are not 100% sure that a person killed somebody, it is wrong to convict them in my eyes. OJ's defense did an excellent job of putting hints of doubt in the jurors mind which I believe led to them coming up with this quick verdict. After hearing the audio recordings from Furman, one definitely could believe the LAPD planned this (not saying they did but it is believable). I also personally thought the evidence against OJ was thorough but a little perfect. Like the evidence just so happened to be everywhere it needed to be in perfect locations. I also found it odd that OJ had no bruises on him after allegedly murdering two people. They had to resist right; meaning he would've been left with some sort of bump or scratch
All in all, I am not saying OJ did not commit these murders. What I am saying is that the prosecutors did not 100% convince me that he did.
So that if that is the case, I would have to go with not guilty verdict.