Defense attorney Johnnie Cochran Jr. puts on a knit ski cap in this Sept. 27, 1995, file photo, to disprove the prosecution's theory that double-murder defendant O.J. Simpson wore a cap to hide his identity the night of the murders. Cochran, whose televised murder defense of Simpson made him a legal superstar, died Tuesday of a brain disorder. He was 67.

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