By Ye Charlotte Ming
It has been more than 20 years since O.J. Simpson was acquitted from the double murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.
Writer and director Lawrence Schiller was working on a book chronicling the dramatic details of the Dream team's defense of Simpson at the time. He gained exclusive access to document Simpson and his lawyers as they returned to his Brentwood, Los Angeles home after the acquittal. The photos Schiller took revealed rare insights into the moments immediately after Simpson's verdict and his post-trial life.
O.J. Simpson, arriving at his home in Brentwood after his acquittal, is seen with Skip Taft, his attorney in background, and Robert Kardashian on the right, on Oct. 2, 1995.
Simpson kneels by his bed at his Brentwood home.
Simpson celebrates his acquittal with a friend and his lawyer Robert Kardashian.
Simpson watches a replay of the verdict on TV immediately after he arrived home from the court.
Simpson is seen in his trophy room with members of his defense team Sip Taft, Gerald Uelman and two friends.
Simpson arrives at his home in Brentwood after his acquittal with his lawyer and friend Robert Kardashian on the left.
Simpson discusses the white Bronco car he owned outside his home months after his acquittal.
Simpson puts on disguise so that he can go outside unnoticed.
Simpson is photographed in his home with family portraits in the background, months after the acquittal.