In fact, O.J.'s trial will be put into hyperdrive and likely will be wrapped up in 15 minutes because no-nonsense Judge Joseph A. Wapner, 87, the original jurist of television's pioneer court show The People's Court has signed on to adjudicate it.
Wapner doesn't plan to deviate from his well-honed methods of adjudication. "We'll have eleven minutes of testimony, then a commercial break, and then I'll come back and give my verdict," Wapner said.
Consistent with The People's Court's pattern of assigning pithy names to the trials, according to Wapner this one will be called "The case of the out-of-control running back."