Marcia Clark's pigheadedness cost her the trial ... so claims the man who ran the office and regrets tapping her for the assignment. Gil Garcetti, who served as L.A. County D.A. during the trial,… READ MORE >
Marcia Rachel Clark is an American prosecutor, author, and television correspondent who gained fame as the head prosecutor in the in the O.J. Simpson murder case. Marcia Rachel Kleks was born in Berkeley, California, on August 31, 1953. She attended Susan E. Wagner High School, a public high school in the Manor Heights section of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City. She graduated from UCLA in 1976 with a degree in Political Science, then earned a J.D. at Southwestern University School of Law. She was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1979. Clark was a prosecutor for the State of California, County of Los Angeles, in the O.J. Simpson murder case along with Christopher Darden. With Teresa Carpenter, she authored a book, Without a Doubt, about the case, in a deal reported to be worth $4.2 million. Clark was on leave from her job following Simpson's acquittal in 1995, and officially resigned in 1997, before the release of her book.
Marcia Clark and Chris Darden blew the O.J. Simpson murder trial because jurors were more focused on whether they were doing the deed ... according to one infamous panel member. Michael… READ MORE >