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This report is based upon the book In Contempt written by Christopher A Darden with Jess Walter This book is published by Regan Books an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers and is copyrighted 1996 by Christopher A Darden Introduction of the Author The book In Contempt was written by Christopher A Darden Chris Darden is famous for being one of the prosecuting attorneys in the court case The People vs Simpson He has worked hard his whole life to reach the status he has now achieved He proved to America that even though he wasnt a high-priced private lawyer that he could present a well-thought out and planned case under tremendous pressure he and the other prosecutors had to endure during the Simpson case Summary I found this book to be very well thought out and well written Most people would assume that this book was written with the intentions of making a quick-buck off the misfortune of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman I however do not believe this to be true The way that he speaks of the victims in the book and the way he spoke of them before and after the trial shows that he really cared about the lives of these people that he didnt even know He even went as far as to say in the book that this was the first case that affected him personally and emotionally As one may expect the majority of this book is taken up with the Simpson case but chapters two through six detail his life from birth his childhood in a working class district of Richmond California and becoming a district attorney of Los Angeles in 1981 Chapters two and three mostly consist of stories of him and his brother Michael stealing from local stores or his brothers drug deals When Michael hit his mid-teens he started selling marijuana off the front
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