O.J. Simpson, Las Vegas, Gabriel L. Grasso,  Yale Galanter,  Clark County
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Simpson arraignment

A few days after his arrest, Simpson was arraigned in a Las Vegas courtroom, flanked by attorneys Gabriel L. Grasso, left, and Yale Galanter. (Clint Karlsen / Pool)
Clark County Justice Court Judge Joe Bonaventure Jr. presides over Simpson’s arraignment. (Jae C. Hong / Pool)
Simpson listens to court proceedings. (Jae C. Hong / Pool)
Simpson wore handcuffs in the courtroom during his arraignment. (Jae C. Hong / Pool)
O.J. Simpson’s sister Mattie Shirley Simpson Baker, center, talks with his daughter, Arnelle, during his arraignment hearing. (Jae C. Hong / Pool)
Among those attending the arraignment in Las Vegas was Marcia Clark, one of the prosecutors in O.J. Simpson’s murder trial in 1995. Clark covered the hearing for a television program. (Jae C. Hong / Pool)
Christine Prody, O.J. Simpson’s girlfriend, enters the Las Vegas courthouse for his arraignment hearing. (Isaac Brekken / AP)
Simpson’s attorneys, Gabriel L. Grasso, second from left, and Yale Galanter, third from left, held a news conference after the arraignment, which drew plenty of reporters -- and publicity-seekers. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
O.J. Simpson, 60, Miami. A Heisman Trophy winner and NFL Hall of Fame running back, Simpson was arrested Sept. 18, 2007, in connection with an alleged armed robbery at the Palace Station Hotel & Casino.  (LVMPD)
Clarence J. Stewart, 53, Las Vegas. Stewart turned over some of the memorabilia involved in the case. He is originally from Baton Rouge, La., where he pleaded guilty to a drug-related charge in the late ’80s. Stewart posted $78,000 bail the day of his arrest. (LVMPD)
Walter Alexander, 46, Mesa, Ariz. Alexander describes himself as a golfing buddy of Simpson. He has lived in California, Nevada and in Arizona, where he sold homes. He was released on his own recognizance. (LVMPD)
Michael F. McClinton, 49, Las Vegas. Police seized two handguns and an assault rifle from his home. He was booked into the Clark County Detention Center on $32,000 bail. (LVMPD)