Online Reputation Management Firm JW Maxx Solutions Weighs in on 2013 OJ Simpson Trial and Reputation Management of the Guilty Parties
Online Reputation Management experts, JW Maxx Solutions talk about the newest set of charges against former NFL player OJ Simpson, who was previously tried of murder, and later acquitted.
Last week, OJ Simpson testified in a Vegas courtroom, claiming that his former attorney, Yale Galanter, suggested that Simpson could use force to get back personal property from sports memorabilia vendors in 2007, so long as he did not trespass. Simpson took the advice to the next level, and held up the various vendors at gunpoint, with other individuals backing him up, forcing the vendors to give up their items. Out of the five other individuals that accompanied Simpson in the robbery, four pleaded guilty in order to obtain reduced charges in exchange for their testimony.
“The overall advice that [Galanter] gave me is that you have a right to get your stuff. He gave me an example that if you’re walking the street and you see your laptop in a car, you can use force to break the window of the car,” Simpson explained to the court. In 2008, Simpson was found guilty of all charges and sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Now, while imprisoned, Simpson is seeking a new trial, on the grounds that Galanter ineffectively represented Simpson.
Online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions points out that Simpson never discussed with Galanter about whether weaponry would be used in the alleged robbery. Simpson and co-defendants were accused of intimidating the vendors with weapons. Today, Galanter is scheduled to testify in the Simpson trial.
Now, on trial, Galanter testified that Simpson confided to him that Simpson knew that two of his robbery accomplices were bringing guns. “He knew he screwed up,” Galanter said. “He said, ‘The other guys had guns and I didn’t.'” Now, online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions, has learned that Simpson is seeking counsel with two new lawyers, Patricia Palm and Ozzie Fumo, in his new case against Galanter.
Galanter claims that Simpson told of his plan to rob the vendors, the night before the incident, but that Galanter never gave the go-ahead, and instead urged Simpson to call the police, instead of getting involved himself. Now, Galanter and Simpson are expected to face off, in court.
Online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions points out that when such a lengthy and publicized court case, such as OJ Simpson’s original murder trial take place, it is nearly impossible for the public to forget about it. Because of that reputation-damaging trial, it can be difficult to find a jury that can be called to provide a fair trial for Simpson.
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