Friday is the 20th anniversary of the killings that led to the murder trial of former athlete and actor O.J. Simpson.
As you may recall, Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman were killed June 13, 1994. O.J.'s news-breaking acquittal for their murders occurred a little more than a year later; he's currently in prison for an unrelated armed-robbery conviction.
So what legal lessons did we learn from O.J. Simpson? Looking back over the last two decades, here are five that come to mind: